RE: Computer-based Training

Subject: RE: Computer-based Training
From: "Harold B. Gill" <hal -at- web500 -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2002 13:29:09 +0200

Hi Wendy,

We are about to embark on a similar project which will tie together both
Education, Partner Service, and Documentation. We are looking into
Qarbon's ViewletBuilder for producing the animations which will
complement our FrameMaker/WebWorks documentation project.

You might want to look into Qarbon's offering and I look forward to
hearing more about your project's progress.

Best regards,
Hal Gill
Technical Editor
Web500 A/S

-----Original Message-----
From: Wendy Darby [mailto:wed -at- carlisletechnology -dot- com]
Sent: 18. juli 2002 17:39
Subject: Computer-based Training

Hi all,

I'm a lone tech writer for a small software company and I've been asked
put together some computer-based training for our products. I'm looking
forward to the experience but CBT is a new area for me and, of course,
has to be done quickly, so I'd like to get some input on tools,
material and any other information anyone might have.

Right now I am experimenting with DemoShield as a tool. I've used it
to create a CD browser and it seems like a good choice for tutorials,
but I
wondered if anyone has used something else for this type of work.

I was considering purchasing Multimedia-Based Instructional Design by
Lee &
Owens as a reference book, but I'd like to hear what others have to say
about this book or if anyone has any other suggestions.

I know CBT has been a thread before, but the last posting was a couple
years ago. If there is a CBT list, please let me know. You can respond
to me
at the address below and I will post a summary to the list.

Wendy Darby
Technical Writer
Carlisle Technology
905-332-5757 x238
wed -at- carlisletechnology -dot- com

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