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Subject:Re: Linear vs. Nonlinear From:Julie Tholen <julie_tholen -at- CNT -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 13 Aug 1997 13:33:26 -0500
Lisa M wrote:
> My questions are these:
> What information is available to learn how to distinguish these
> learning methods?
There are many sources for finding out more about Adult Learning
Theories, including the Training and Development Listserv TRDEV-L.
> How do you all think it would apply/change your documentation knowing
> type of information?
I tend to organize my material with this in mind. I try to provide lots
of access points, overviews (process flows work great for this),
summaries and I try to pay very close attention to my index structure