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  1. The effects of color and motion in computer-based training

    Stuart Scott Gittelman, George Mason University, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–148

    Computer technology allows trainers to be innovative in using training strategies. However, computers neither guarantee learning nor reduce the difficulty of designing training material. Instead,... More

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  2. Evaluation of virtual reality snowplow simulation training

    Christopher Michael Masciocchi, Iowa State University, United States

    (2007) pp. 1–165

    The effectiveness of virtual reality snowplow simulator training for current Iowa Department of Transportation employees was examined. Operators received approximately two hours of training, which ... More

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  3. Effective training: The key to increasing organizational capacity

    Catherine Dube, Royal Roads University , Canada

    (2007) pp. 1–121

    This study examined Kwantlen University College's current Banner training practices for functional users within the academic divisions. Banner, a complex database system, used by the organization... More

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  4. The effect of managers' clarification of business linkage of training on trainee's transfer of training

    Elizabeth Jean Benanzer, Western Michigan University, United States

    (1997) pp. 1–116

    This study investigated the hypotheses that if managers were engaged in specific activities aimed at increasing their understanding of the linkage of employee training to business goals, then they ... More

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  5. A comparison of the effectiveness of PC-based aviation training devices and conventional flight training devices for instrument flight training

    Wendy Sue Beckman, Saint Louis University, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–56

    The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of a PC-based aviation training device (PCATD) to that of a conventional flight training device (FTD) in preparing students to perform... More

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  6. A comparative study: End-user training in public and private organizations

    Liangfu Wu, Northern Illinois University, United States

    (1999) pp. 1–190

    The purpose of this dissertation is to study end-user training in the public and private sectors. Two case studies, an IS manager survey and an end-user survey, were employed to examine the... More

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  7. An online training program for parents of children with autism

    Mary Joy Kolb, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, United States

    (2007) pp. 1–174

    Parents of children with autism sometimes experiment with controversial treatments in the hopes of ameliorating their children’s autistic characteristics. When parents do seek training on... More

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  8. Cognition and technology: Effectiveness of intelligent tutoring systems for software training

    Claver Pierre Hategekimana, Iowa State University, United States

    (2008) pp. 1–130

    This study addresses the potential of using an intelligent tutoring system (ITS) to tutor on off-the-shelf (OTS) software. ITSs have been successfully used to tutor on a variety of learning domains... More

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  9. Effects of self-management training and self-efficacy on assistive device trainees' transfer of training

    Ellen C. Fagan, The Johns Hopkins University, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–198

    It is important to determine whether the time, money, and resources spent to train professionals to use assistive technology devices is effective. The first step in evaluating training... More

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  10. An evaluation of a professional development technology training program as reported by selected school administrators

    Joni M. Newman, University of Sarasota, United States

    (1999) pp. 1–78

    Historically, inadequate evaluation practices contributed to professional developers not providing evidence that determine if desired program outcomes were achieved (Howey & Vaughan, 1983). This... More

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  11. Modeling the context and transfer relationship for blended elearning instructional design and delivery in hospitality

    Robert E. Frash, Purdue University, United States

    (2004) pp. 1–200

    North American businesses spend upwards of $100 billion dollars annually on training and development but evaluation of the effectiveness of this investment is often incomplete. Donald Kirkpatrick... More

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  12. Major instructional design considerations required to facilitate the migration of classroom training to a distributed learning environment within the Canadian Forces Support Training Group

    William Griffis, Royal Roads University , Canada

    (2005) pp. 1–91

    This project provides a framework that helps instructors, facilitators, instructional designers, and course administrators understand the relationship of various instructional design factors... More

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  13. Electronic theses and dissertation (ETD) training

    Thomas L. Jackson, Northern Kentucky University, United States

    (2006) pp. 1–84

    The purpose of this research was to determine if the graduate students at Northern Kentucky University (NKU) needed training for the newly implemented Electronic Theses and Dissertation (ETD)... More

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  14. Examining the influence of practice, feedback and fidelity on the effectiveness of use-of-force simulation training in the military domain: A meta-analytic review

    Shevaun Corey, Carleton University , Canada

    (2006) pp. 1–139

    The majority of the world's military agencies rely heavily on use-of-force simulators to train their soldiers, despite the fact that we still know very little about the effectiveness of this... More

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  15. An examination of trainee reactions to the use of technology in Canadian naval occupation training

    Regan Lloyd Legassie, University of Calgary , Canada

    (1999) pp. 1–116

    The use of technology in training by the Canadian Navy has increased dramatically over the last few years. Simulators and Computer Based Training have been introduced to replace training in actual ... More

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  16. The effectiveness of homeland security training for rural communities: A comparative analysis of Web-Based and instructor-led training delivery

    Ryan K. Baggett, Eastern Kentucky University, United States

    (2012) pp. 1–151

    The development of advanced training technologies such as Web Based Training (WBT), coupled with the proliferation of computer and Internet availability, has increased training opportunities for... More

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  17. Training needs assessments: Learning with technology

    Sarah Holmested Sladen, Royal Roads University , Canada

    (2002) pp. 1–106

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  18. Computer-based Training at a Military Medical Center: Understanding Decreased Participation in Training among Staff and Ways to Improve Completion Rates

    Julie Lavender, Northcentral University, United States

    (2013) pp. 1–118

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  19. Computer-based training system for process safety management

    Vidhyaprakash Ramachandran, Lamar University - Beaumont, United States

    (1997) pp. 239–319

    The Process Safety Management regulation as specified by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration in the code of federal regulation chapter 29 section 1910.119 (29 CFR 1910.119)... More

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  20. Why Do Firms Train? Empirical Evidence on the Relationship between Training and Technological and Organizational Change

    Paolo Neirotti & Emilio Paolucci

    International Journal of Training and Development Vol. 17, No. 2 (June 2013) pp. 93–115

    We explore the relationship between training and innovation using key insights from the resource-based approach, organizational learning and labour studies. By using data from 304 large enterprises... More

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