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Subject:Re: Training materials -- Book details? From:Gregory Keith <GKeith -at- DELRINA -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 13 Jul 1995 10:42:00 PDT
>The book I have used most often for developing training is a book
>by Clark, Ruth Colvin called :"Developing Technical Training". It has
>examples and is a very procedure oriented book that helps be very specific
>about how to define what people should learn, etc. It is a very structured
>approach with rules for developing tutorials, CBT's but also classroom
Can the poster of this message please provide us (or me!) with more details
on this book (ISBN number, publication date, publisher, number of pages,
Also, for all of you new to the list or to a new mail app, it's a good
practice to ALWAYS include your name and e-mail address in all your
postings, as the Net router info is rarely included.
gkeith -at- delrina -dot- com
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