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- Editor's Page. Galagan, Patricia // Training & Development Journal;Mar1987, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p4
Discusses the use of computers for occupational training. Creation of attractive learning systems; Management development; Learners' cognitive style to suit the machine.
- PUSH-BUTTON TRAINING. Fauley, Franz E. // Training & Development Journal;May80, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p110
Analyzes mechanism of computer-based education in training and development. Criticisms against the Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI); Major mechanisms for the delivery of computer-based education; System support and economic considerations.
- THE FUTURE OF COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION. Fauley, Franz E. // Training & Development Journal;Jul78, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p65
Looks at trends in computer-assisted instruction (CAI). Factors that contributed to occupational trainers' growing interest on the CAI; Benefits of microprocessors in CAI; Concept of implanting distributed intelligence in every training center within an organization.
- Negative Management Attitudes No Barrier to CBI. Parrott, Wilbur L. // Training & Development Journal;Jul85, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p8
Reports that negative management attitudes do not hinder computer-based instruction (CBI) for employees. Relationship of CBI to programmed instruction for workers; Barriers to the adoption of CBI in occupational training; Implications on manpower development and occupational training.
- What's Missing? Ketter, Paula // T+D;Jun2014, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p6
An introduction to articles published within the issue is presented, including one by Cammy Bean on e-learning and another by Koreen Pagano on training programs that leave out immersive learning.
- Train Your Employees on Key Residential Systems. // Supply House Times;Nov2010, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p52
The article announces the release of the online training program 3-D Residential Schematic from the ASA Education Foundation that provides users an overview of six systems found within a residence including water supply, hydronic heating, and gas supply.
- Training Departments Find Computers to be Multi-Talented. // Training & Development Journal;Aug82, Vol. 36 Issue 8, p10
Reports that many of the corporate training departments using the computer will begin to take advantage of its training capabilities by 1986. Average budgets for mini- or microcomputer hardware and software; Other key applications of computers in employee training; Implications on occupational...
- Computers, Web becoming part of training mix. Hoekman // Grand Rapids Business Journal;11/15/99, Vol. 17 Issue 46, pB1
Focuses on the computer-based or Web-based employee training programs. Concept and procedures of the computer-based training; Benefits of the training; Computer-based training centers; Popularity of the computer-based training programs; Limitations of the Web-based training.
- Computers aid training. McShulskis, Elaine // HR Magazine;May97, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p24
Suggests the use of computer-based training (CBT) for companies with high turnover or those undergoing restructuring that need to retrain or update employees. Advantage of using CBT according to Richard Johnson of Strategic Systems Associates Incorporated; Availability of computer-based...