This text explains how trainers can use self-paced, online learning to develop, train and improve performance. It outlines benefits, drawbacks and cost considerations, and uses step-by-step procedures which assume no technical knowledge.
The ability to deliver training and learning online to an individual's desk offers flexibility for the organization as well as the employee. This text explains how trainers can use self-paced, online learning to develop, train and improve performance. The author outlines benefits and drawbacks, cost considerations and the elements that make up a programme. The text also includes a detailed discussion of what is available in the UK as well as indepth case material drawn from organizations already using the technology. Using step-by-step procedures and assuming no technical knowledge, this book aims to help with the design of web-based training strategy.
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Why web-based training?: the business drivers; what is the Internet?; why web-based training?; what you need for WBT. Learning implications of WBT: benefits and value of WBT/multimedia learning systems; instructional principles for adult learners; the learning methodology of good WBT. WBT in practice: the elements of WBT; types of WBT programmes and examples. What's available now?: integrated curriculum management systems; curriculum delivery sites. WBT in use: case studies from organizations using WBT - Civil Service College, Glaxo Wellcome, Thames Valley Enterprise, Derwentside College of FE. Evaluating and justifying WBT for your organization: evaluating WBT for your organization; justifying WBT for your organization; obtaining management commitment; running a full trial pilot WBT programme; WBT - the way ahead: training - the current state of play; WBT/online learning market futures; issues for WBT of the future; positioning yourself for the future; WBT - the future - the opportunity.
Developing Web-based Training by Colin Steed
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