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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1990 Volume 6, Number 2

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Using standards to improve performance

    Peter Dean & Peter Dean

    The purpose of this article is to explore the nature and applications of professional standards for those in the training field. It provides background information regarding the growth of the... More

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  2. Validation: Cost effective external evaluation

    Peter Brown & Michael Hickey

    The purpose of any training system or organisation is to produce a trained person who can successfully perform specific tasks in the workplace. If these tasks cannot be performed to a required... More

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  3. Measuring participant performance: An alternative

    Susan Bumpass & David Wade

    This article presents the reasons for having faculty appraise participant performance during training. A methodology used to develop such an appraisal is explained and a sample of the behavioural... More

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  4. Cognitive load theory as an aid for instructional design

    Graham Cooper & Graham Cooper

    This paper attempts to draw together several recent findings in educational psychology that have led to the development and application of cognitive load theory to the format of instruction ... More

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  5. Mapping attitudes by performances: A case study of practical research techniques for employee selection

    Alec Jones & Alec Jones

    The consultant group had undertaken strategic planning for an overseas specialist manufacturing plant. This involved three sub-phases within the training area:A complete analysis of all jobs,... More

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  6. Training needs assessment (and application) in an accounting firm

    Fiona Pirera & Daljit Singh

    This paper outlines the implementation of a major project on assessing training needs in an Accounting firm (Touche Ross & Co). It discusses the various stages of the project including methodology ... More

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  7. Expert assistants - productivity to the power of ...!

    Sylvia Willie

    Expert Assistants, a type of Expert System, can improve productivity where learning time in a job is longer than a day or two. They can profitably be used to provide a new employee with the... More

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  8. Expert assistants: Productivity to the power of ...!

    Sylvia Willie

    Expert Assistants, a type of Expert System, can improve productivity where learning time in a job is longer than a day or two. They can profitably be used to provide a new employee with the... More

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