Technology-based training offers a flexible, cost-effective way of meeting the increasing need for people to reskill. This work provides an accesible guide to the potential benefits and pitfalls of this form of training. It describes the evolution of technology-based training; the various technologies and their uses; the benefits of using such flexible learning and how to use the technology; how to implement TBT in an organization and where the future might lie. Brian Tucker also deals with the choosing and evaluating generic training and the issues of bespoke training - either produced in-house or outsourced. The handbook is not highly technical and it uses examples to examine how nine leading organizations have managed the various issues and how they have benefited from this approach to training. Structured in two parts, the first provides an overview of the subject, whilst the second consists of a directory of over 700 generic TBT coursework titles, indexed by subject, title, medium, and producer.Title: Seminar-On-A-Disk: Multimedia Edition Purpose: A fully interactive, CD- ROM-based tutorial, blending colourful, ... also provided are quizzes, a multimedia library and over 900 audio clips - all to reinforce the learning process. ... Source: InfoSource International, InfoSource House, 54 Marston Street, Oxford OX4 UU.
|Title||:||Handbook of Technology-based Training|
|Publisher||:||Gower Publishing Company - 1997-01-01|