Re: Technical Training TOP TEN Resources

Subject: Re: Technical Training TOP TEN Resources
From: "Lee, Lynn" <Lynn -dot- Lee -at- LIBERTYMUTUAL -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 5 May 1998 20:44:04 -0400


Please explain what you mean by "resources," what you are attempting to
see under the microscope, and what you intend to do with what you find
out? Do you want to find companies who develop custom technical
training, vendors who provide authoring tools, books and magazines on
training tools/trends/techniques, discussion forums on training-related

Here are a few web resources to get you started:

Training Supersite

The Training Registry

TCM's Training and Development Resource Center

Training and Development FAQ

Discussion lists:

Training and Development list (TRDEV-L)
Subscription info and other stuff:

There is also a list for technical trainers, which I can't locate at the
moment. I have the address and subscription info at home. The
Training and Development FAQ has info on a long list of lists.

BTW, I'm leaving my current project at the end of this week to start a
new job. I'll continue my participation on this list from another
address. In the meantime, I can be reached at lynnlee -at- lilac -dot- com -dot-



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Palmer, Phyllis [SMTP:PPalmer -at- SPHERECOM -dot- COM]
> Sent: Monday, May 04, 1998 11:41 AM
> Subject: Re: Technical Training TOP TEN Resources
> Hello all,
> I posted this question a couple of weeks ago, in hopes of developing a
> TOP TEN list. I have had no responses to date. This makes me wonder
> if
> I should post it to a different list! Any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Phyllis

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