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Subject:Re: CBT v Training Redirect From:Kimberly Freistuhler <k_freistuhler -at- YAHOO -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 17 Mar 1998 14:16:21 -0800
CBT does have a place in training. However, as a tech writer who also
teaches at the college level, I can assure you that CBT will never
replace humans in the classroom. In *good* classes, instructors don't
just stand there and lecture--they teach in a hands-on environment and
offer real-life experiences that can't be duplicated by a software
---Scott Gray <scotty -at- CM -dot- MATH -dot- UIUC -dot- EDU> wrote:
> > I'll believe it when I see it.
> Here is one: http://www.useractive.com/tutorial
> > <<It it *impossible* to build a CBT that can replace stand-up
> > Nothing's impossible, but you may not have enough lifetime left to
> > --B
> suggested. I claim that you will can cna learn MORE by getting your
> dirty at my site than from someone standing in front of a classroom
> telling you haw to do it.
> Send commands to listserv -at- listserv -dot- okstate -dot- edu (e.g., SIGNOFF
> Search archives at: http://listserv.okstate.edu/archives/techwr-l.html,
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