RE: Training Kit

Subject: RE: Training Kit
From: "David Berg" <dberg -at- dmpnet -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2001 11:28:25 -0600

> I need your advice on how to best plan for a software training kit. My
> company plans to offer a CD containing computer-based training material as
> part of its new customer training/support policy. My part is to prepare an
> outline for the training kit, suggest appropriate software to be
> used, and
> of course implement it! I'm not sure how to define the level of
> details for
> my material to avoid factual boring presentations, besides, my information
> on software for this kind of training is rather limited!

I've seen this sort of thing prepared using anything from PowerPoint (not my
recommendation!), to HTML, to Macromedia Director.

By far, the best presentation was produced in Director. It's the most
powerful, configurable option IMHO, but it's also complex enough that it may
take awhile to ramp up to speed.

David Berg

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