The Handbook Of Training Technologies

Author: William J. Rothwell
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0787982253
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This important resource offers an understanding of the basicprinciples that underlie training methods and the use of technologytraining in the workplace. The authors provide a primer for thefour pervading and more advanced technologies used in businesstraining—the Internet, computer-based training, knowledgemanagement systems, and decision support tools. Appropriate forthose who have little or no formal training in educationaltechnology, this book addresses such topics as the decision to use,the pros and cons for using, and presentation strategies for mediaas varied as the Internet, teleconferencing, videoconferencing,satellite distance learning, and electronic performance supportsystems. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials arenot included as part of eBook file.

Performer Training And Technology

Author: Maria Kapsali
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317194853
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Performer Training and Technology employs philosophical approaches to technology, including postphenomenology and Heidegger’s thinking, to examine the way technology manifests, influences and becomes used in performer training discourse and practice. The book offers in-depth discussions of present and past performer training practices through a lens that has never been applied before; considers the employment of key digital artefacts; and develops a series of analytical tools that can be useful in scholarly and practical explorations. An array of intriguing subjects are covered including the role of electric lights in Stanislavsky’s work on concentration; the use of handheld tools, such as sticks in Zarrilli’s psychophysical training and Meyerhold’s Biomechanics; the emergence of new forms of training in relation to motion capture technology; and the way the mobile phone complicates notions and practices of attention in learning and training contexts. This book is of vital relevance to performer training scholars and practitioners; theatre, performance, and dance scholars and students; and especially those interested in philosophies of technology.

Adaptive Technologies For Training And Education

Author: Paula J. Durlach
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521769035
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"This volume provides an overview of the latest advancements in computer-based education training that use student performance data to provide adaptive and hence more efficient individualized learning opportunities"--

Training And Technology

Author: Greg Kearsley
Editor: Addison-Wesley
ISBN:
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Education And Training For The Information Technology Workforce

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Handbook On Information Technologies For Education And Training

Author: Heimo H. Adelsberger
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540741542
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This handbook enables readers to gain a deep understanding of past, current, and forthcoming research and applications in the field of educational technology. Readers develop an in-depth understanding of complex theories, strategies, concepts, and methods underlying the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of educational technologies. Discussing both the current state-of-the-art as well as emerging technologies, the handbook serves as a comprehensive guide for researchers and practitioners working in education and training. This Second Edition features completely revised and updated chapters that reflect the latest developments in the field.

Learning Technologies

Author: Ethan S. Sanders
Editor: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 9781562862404
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Basics Of Podcasting

Author: Anders Gronstedt
Editor: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 9781562864880
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Get on board with podcasts. Learn how to create and promote them with these basics how-to's that take the mystery and complexity out of podcast technology

A Training Technology Evaluation Tool

Author: Stephen C. Livingston
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"A Training Technology Evaluation Tool was developed to help procurers and developers of training technologies to make informed decisions and to improve the overall effectiveness of training technologies. The tool provides estimates of training technology effectiveness, based on expert ratings. The overall ratings reflect the initial performance of the Soldiers to be trained on the task covered by the training technology, task and subtask characteristics, learning difficulty, residual performance deficits after using the technology, physical and functional similarities to the operations environment/equipment, and training transfer. The questions in the tool are presented via an Excel program, whereby all mathematical calculations are automated and transparent to the user. The tool can be at any stage of training technology design and implementation."--Stinet.

Technology Assessment In Education And Training

Author: Eva L. Baker
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780805812466
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This volume presents a variety of overall assessments of technology and individual descriptions of work-in-progress. Supported by private funders, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and a variety of other sources, these efforts address education programs focused on specific subject matter such as mathematics or troubleshooting of school-based learning using computers. They also focus on classes of technology such as intelligent systems, distance learning, and hypertext. Taken together, they portray the range of strategies through which we can begin to understand the impact of educational technology in the future. In addition, they illustrate different approaches currently adopted by technology designers to place and explain their work in a larger context. Each of the chapters presents a different point of entry on the technology assessment problem. Even those nominally focused on a single implementation, such as testing or teacher observation, demonstrate the clear interest by their authors in the larger implications of their work.

Technology For Trainers

Author: Thomas Toth
Editor: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 9781562863210
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This no-nonsense title has two missions-first to help workplace training professionals find a happy medium between technology required to get the job done and techno-overload, and second, to turn tech savvy into a functional e-learning solution.

Improving Efficiency In Education And Training

Author: Association for Educational and Training Technology
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ISBN:
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"The proceedings of the sixteenth annual conference of AETT (The Association for Educational Training Technology) held at Bulmershe College, Reading, in April 1982. The purpose of this year's conference was to present strategies for increasing effectiveness and efficiency in education and training and to provide comment on some current developments in microteaching and liaison between education and industry." -- dust jacket.

Quality In Education And Training

Author: Association for Educational and Training Technology
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ISBN:
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The 38 conference papers in this volume were chosen to exemplify different definitions of, and approaches to, quality, as they are applied in a wide range of educational and training contexts. The papers are: "Designing Organisations That Learn" (D. J. Dicks); "Quality Assurance in a European Context" (D. Alexander, J. Morgan); "'What's in It for Me?'" (C. Hart, M. Shoolbred); "Quality and the Academic Administrator" (C. D. Payne); "Total Quality Management in an Education and Training Context" (B. Ellis); "Performance Management in a Competence Framework" (E. Sauve); "Quality in Further Education: An Unchanging Agenda" (D. Shepherdson); "Defining Quality in Higher Education" (A. Burrows, L. Harvey); "Total Quality Implementation--Cultural Issues and Training" (B. Hurley);"Developing the European Quality Model" (J. S. Oakland, L. J. Porter); 'Strategic Quality Management" (R. J. Newton); "Profits and Pitfalls in Establishing a Qualytechnic" (J. Heap, H. Solomon); "Student Satisfaction and Perceptions of Quality" (P. M. Mazelan and others); "Experiences in the Design and Conduct of Enterprise Audits" (D. Edgar); "Monitoring the Quality of Quality Control Systems" (H. I. Ellington, G. T. N. Ross); "Improving the Quality of a National Curriculum" (I. Musallam, M. Brophy, M. Schilling); "Developing Quality in Education" (R. J. D. Rutherford); "Quality in Course Design" (E. Roper); "Quality Horses for Quality Courses: Matching Students with Courses in Music" (L. Gibbs); "Recognising Quality in Engineering Education" (D. C. Hughes, R. G. S. Matthew); "Exploring Learners' Perceptions of Quality" (D. Miller, P. Funnell); "Concept Mapping, Post-Questioning and Feedback in Distance Education" (R. M. Bernard, S. Naidu, K. Lundgre-Cayrol); "Comparing Chalk and Cheese--Quality in Assessing Work-Based Learning" (C. Bucklow); "Using Learning Contracts To Enhance the Quality of Work-Based Learning" (I. S. Marshall, M. L. Mill); "Quality of Assessment" (P. Race); "BS5750 for Assessment" (P. Race); "Eating Frogs and Bridging Gaps--Post-Warnock Conditions for Teaching Quality" (C. Colling); "Teaching Quality" (D. Jones, J. Hanson); "Upward Appraisal and Its Implications for Higher Education" (G. McElwee and others); "A Total Quality Approach to Managing CBT Development" (S. G. Shaw, D. R. Shaw); "Towards Quality Management in Training Design" (M. Williams, G. Carr); "Achieving Quality in Networking Interactive Video" (P. Willis, J. Early); "Quality in Modernising Educational Technology" (D. Hawkridge); "Trends and Issues in Educational Technology" (D. P. Ely); "Training Quality and New Technology" (A. R. Bartolome); "Connecting Lectures and Laboratory Learning with CAI" (Y. Araki); "Graphical Routes to Quality Courseware" (P. Barker, C. Lamont); and "Enhancing the Quality of Student-Centered Mathematics" (D. Bowers, R. Burrell). Most of the papers include references. (MES)

Learning Technology

Author: Daniel Scott
Editor: Critical Publishing
ISBN: 1912096919
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This is an accessible, practical and up to date book specifically targeted at further education (FE) and post-16 teachers, whatever your academic or vocational specialism. Important changes in policy, landscape and digital technology itself mean that digital capability is key for learners, no matter what subject they study. You should therefore develop your digital capabilities as a basic competence in order to embrace current digital tools, apps and techniques to the pedagogy of teaching FE. The book provides you with the knowledge and skills required to source information learning technology (ILT) and content to convert traditional learning and teaching resources into engaging and interactive online material. It is designed around each aspect of the teaching and training cycle - identifying needs, planning and designing, delivering and facilitating, assessing and evaluating – and includes: when to use ILT / eLearning barriers to implementing digital learning the importance of digital capabilities ways of keeping up to date and continuing professional development.

Flight Training Technology For Regional Commuter Airline Operations Regional Airline Association Nasa Workshop Proceedings

Author: Alfred T. Lee
Editor:
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Improving Efficiency In Education And Training

Author: Association for Educational and Training Technology
Editor:
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File Size: 51,36 MB
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"The proceedings of the sixteenth annual conference of AETT (The Association for Educational Training Technology) held at Bulmershe College, Reading, in April 1982. The purpose of this year's conference was to present strategies for increasing effectiveness and efficiency in education and training and to provide comment on some current developments in microteaching and liaison between education and industry." -- dust jacket.

Realizing Human Potential

Author: Roy Winterburn
Editor:
ISBN:
File Size: 13,10 MB
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The proceedings of the Association for Educational and Training Technology conference on realizing human potential. These papers discuss such themes as capability, competence and enterprise and analyze the extent to which educational technology systems can be used.

Interactive Video In Training

Author: Gerard O'Neill
Editor: Parthenon Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781850701705
File Size: 27,88 MB
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The Science And Technology Of Animal Training

Author: James O'Heare
Editor:
ISBN: 9781927744062
File Size: 48,64 MB
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The Science and Technology of Animal Training is a Masters level textbook, written to help students of animal training and established professionals alike expand their repertoire of knowledge and skills in the natural science of behavior and the applied technology derived from it in training companion animals. It does not present fads or proprietary "one-true-way" "systems." It provides a thorough introduction to basic through to advanced laws, principles, strategies and techniques in positive reinforcement-emphasized companion animal training. It covers all of the foundational behaviors for training dogs, cats, birds, horses and humans with detailed instructions. It covers advanced training procedures such as shaping, chaining and sequencing in depth. It provides a set of hands-on trainer exercises to help the trainer develop their skills and there is a Study Questions book available for trainers to work through on their own or in a classroom environment.