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Read Chapter 13 - "CBT Training" of the book "Designing and Writing
Online Documentation" (William Horton - John Wiley and sons - 1994. He does
an excellent job of outlining the pro's and cons of CBT.
Do any of you have any experience or knowledge of information on:
The success of turning "stand-up training/teaching" into
computerized training with an interactive CD and web program.>
mswearengen -at- pragmasystems -dot- com and cc to friedlac -at- drexel -dot- com -dot-
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