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Subject:Request for interview subjects From:Bianca Thomas <bmt -at- ICON -dot- CO -dot- ZA> Date:Mon, 30 Nov 1998 17:29:03 +0200
My editor sprung a last minute deadline on me and I need to complete a 1500
word article on Computer-based Training (CBT) by tomorrow! Yikes! I would
appreciate it if any of you who have had experience with CBT, whether good
or bad, or who are knowledgeable of this field would contact me by email
(bmt -at- icon -dot- co -dot- za) ASAP and relate a bit about your experiences.
Specific info needed:
* What are the advantages of CBT?
* Is it successful? Is it more successful with specific learners?
* How can CBT be used to maximise efficiency?
* What are the best tech CBT programmes available?
Any help appreciated.
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