CD for nervous learners

October 2003
IT Training;Oct2003, p7
Trade Publication
The National Extension College has launched a CD designed to help students who are nervous of using intranets or the Web for learning. The content is also suitable for work-based trainers looking to develop staff online learning skills.


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