Technology–Based Training - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080340975, 9781483191010

Technology–Based Training

1st Edition

State of the Art Report 14:8

Editors: M Labinger P J Finch
eBook ISBN: 9781483191010
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1986
Page Count: 368
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Description

Technology-Based Training provides information pertinent to the importance and influence of technology in the field of training. This book emphasizes the commercial and industrial setting at the expense of public and state-provided educational system. Organized into two parts encompassing eight chapters, this book begins with an overview of off-the-shelf courseware and looks at the relationship between industry and its marketplace. This text then discusses the major advances in technology-based training and provides a balanced analysis of the development in technology-based training. Other chapters consider that the best way to assess the potential of computer-based training is to develop some courses, utilize them in the field, and evaluate their effectiveness. This book discusses as well the project management aspects of running a courseware development program. The final chapter deals with the surface activity in the dissemination of information regarding what to use, how to use it, and what to use it for. This book is a valuable resource for trainers and managers.

Table of Contents


Editor's Foreword

Publisher's Note

Invited Papers

1 Off-the-Shelf Courseware: Key Issues in 19986

2 Using Specialist Services

3 Managing Technology-Based Training Development Projects

4 Training Psychology and TBT

5 The Impact of Training in Enlightened Countries

6 Evaluating Computer-based Training Tools

7 Technology-Based Training and Interactive Video

8 Presenting the Case for Technology-Based Training

9 Managing Computer-Based Training Projects

10 A Union Response to Change

11 The Application of Expert System Principles to Teaching and Training

12 Selecting the Right Application/Media

13 The Role of Human Resource Development in Commercial Success

14 Standard - the Key tom Success

15 Technology-Based Training and Simulation

16 Training Developers of Technology-Based Training

17 Training as a Profit Center

Invited Paper References

Analysis

1 From CBT to TBT

2 New Training Techniques - Technology in Context

3 Factors Influencing the Development and Use of TBT

4 New Technology in Training

5 Training Systems - Design and Development

6 Preparing for Success

7 Analyzing and Measuring Success

8 Facts, Ideas and Opinions

Analysis References

Bibliography

An Annotated Bibliography of Technology-Based Training

Index

Subject and Contributor Index

Details

No. of pages:
368
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1986
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483191010

About the Editor

M Labinger

P J Finch