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  1. Some Applications of Interactive Video in Initial Teacher Training

    Bruce Wright & Patrick Dillon

    Educational and Training Technology International Vol. 27, No. 1 (1990) pp. 43–50

    Describes the use of interactive video (IV) in initial teacher training in the United Kingdom. Learner control is discussed, and five types of IV use are highlighted: (1) as a presentation system; ... More

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  2. Staff Training in the Automated Library Environment: A Symposium

    Stuart Glogoff

    Library Hi Tech Vol. 7, No. 4 (1989) pp. 61–88

    Symposium on staff training in the automated library environment includes discussions of (1) an environmental approach to training; (2) training reference staff for automation in a transitional... More

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  3. Computer Assisted Training of Complex Managerial Performance

    Siegfried Streufert

    Computers in Human Behavior Vol. 4, No. 1 (1988) pp. 77–88

    Discussion of the degree of training effectiveness in management training technologies focuses on a training experiment which employed two scenarios of a computer assisted simulation. Structural... More

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  4. Vocational, Technical and Management Distance Training Technology for the Twenty-First Century: Research of Computer Operation Training Packages Stereotyped in Thailand

    Nipone Sookpreedee

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    The use of different types of media for distance education, and the examination and evaluation of a computer-based distance training program in Thailand are the focus of this paper. After a... More

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  5. Embedded Training: The New Look of Computer-Based Instruction

    Greg Kearsley

    Machine-Mediated Learning Vol. 1, No. 3 (1985) pp. 279–96

    Describes three principal types of embedded training: help systems, simulations, and intelligent tutors. Implications of designing and implementing embedded training are discussed in terms of a set... More

    pp. 279-96

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  6. Training for the Metaindustrial Work Culture

    Philip R. Harris & Dorothy L. Harris

    Journal of European Industrial Training Vol. 7, No. 7 (1983) pp. 22–31

    Maintains that major changes are required in training and human resource development to meet the challenges of the postindustrial society. Uses "metaindustrial" to describe the emerging work... More

    pp. 22-31

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  7. New Directions for Training Technology

    J D. Fletcher

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    Lower manpower quality and increasingly sophisticated equipment are creating training problems for both industry and the military. The training technology demanded by this situation must be... More

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  8. Education and Training for Computer-Based Reference Services: Review of Training Efforts to Date

    Charles P. Bourne & Jo Robinson

    Journal of the American Society for Information Science Vol. 31, No. 1 (January 1980) pp. 25–35

    Discusses issues regarding training for computer-based reference services, including who is to be trained and who is responsible for training, and summarizes the training offered to date by search ... More

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  9. Education and Training for Computer-Based Reference Services: A Case Study

    Jo Robinson

    Journal of the American Society for Information Science Vol. 31, No. 2 (March 1980) pp. 97–104

    Provides an overview of a training program for online searching used by the University of California's Computerized Information Services (CIS), focusing on database training through workshops and... More

    pp. 97-104

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  10. Comparison of Computer Based Instruction to Behavior Skills Training for Teaching Staff Implementation of Discrete-Trial Instruction with an Adult with Autism

    Melissa R. Nosik, W Larry Williams, Natalia Garrido & Sarah Lee

    Research in Developmental Disabilities Vol. 34, No. 1 (January 2013) pp. 461–468

    In the current study, behavior skills training (BST) is compared to a computer based training package for teaching discrete trial instruction to staff, teaching an adult with autism. The computer... More

    pp. 461-468

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  11. Rapid e-learning simulation training and user response

    Angeline Rackler, University of North Texas, United States

    (2011) pp. 1–53

    A new trend in e-learning development is to have subject matter experts use rapid development tools to create training simulations. This type of training is called rapid e-learning simulation... More

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  12. Practitioner perceptions of critical data for analysis of three types of training

    Janet Van Ingen King, University of Northern Colorado, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–195

    The purpose of this study was to discover which items of data practitioners perceive to be most critical for analysis of three types of training. A review of the literature from both instructional ... More

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  13. Evaluating instructional technology training sessions for teachers

    Olga Alvarez, California State University, Dominguez Hills, United States

    (2007) pp. 1–42

    Although many studies have been done on training teachers in computers, questions have been raised on the approach of delivering methods of training. In this case study, observations were made of... More

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  14. Social networking for athletic training clinical education

    Matthew J. Campbell, California University of Pennsylvania, United States

    (2011) pp. 1–94

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  15. Evaluating Training Approaches for the Revised NIOSH Lifting Equation

    William Bowles, University of Cincinnati, United States

    (2012) pp. 1–115

    The goal of this study was to determine whether the Revised NIOSH Lifting Equation (RNLE) CD-ROM training program, when used without an instructor, could adequately train RNLE users to properly... More

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  16. The business case for corporate training applications of Web-based tele-learning

    Tammy Whalen, University of Ottawa , Canada

    (1999) pp. 1–156

    The Business Case for Corporate Training Applications of Web-Based Tele-Learning is divided into five chapters, each illustrating a key concept related to the economic and business... More

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  17. Does powerful language training affect student participation, impression formation, and gender communication in online discussions?

    Crystal Ann Thomas, University of South Alabama, United States

    (2012) pp. 1–210

    The purpose of this dissertation was to investigate whether powerful language training affected student participation, impression formation, and gender communication style in online discussions.... More

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  18. Needs assessment: Mentor training for radiology technologists

    Joseph Carfagno, California State University, Dominguez Hills, United States

    (2006) pp. 1–62

    Clinical training is a major component of Radiologic Technology Educational Programs, whereby Radiologic Technologists (RTs) and Clinical Instructors (CIs) assume the primary role of mentoring RT... More

    pp. 1-62

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  19. Factors influencing decisions to adopt Web-based training by community college staff

    Karen Marie Peters, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

    (2004) pp. 1–117

    This study investigated factors influencing the decision to use or not to use web-based training. The participants of this study are staff employed at 16 community colleges. The community colleges ... More

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  20. A project management case for the development of a distributed learning capability for naval reserve MARS training at Venture, the Naval Officers Training Centre

    Cheryl Elizabeth King, Royal Roads University , Canada

    (2003) pp. 1–115

    There are significant challenges and potential benefits related to the distribution of training. A thorough environmental needs analysis and a clever programme design can efficiently and... More

    pp. 1-115

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