The Synchronous Trainer s Survival Guide

Author: Jennifer Hofmann
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780787971762
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The Synchronous Trainer's Survival Guide is a hands-onresource for enhancing your real-time e-learning sessions. Writtenby Jennifer Hofmann, a synchronous training leader, it is the firstand only book focusing solely on this emerging training method. Ifyou're new to synchronous training, everything you need to know isright here. If you're a seasoned pro the practical tips, tools, andcustomizable templates in this book will ensure the success of youronline training courses, meetings, and events.

Train the Trainer

Author: American Society for Training and Development
Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 1562865544
Format: PDF
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Train the Trainer is a four-volume collection, containing the best and most popular issues about the training process--from instructional design to ethics to evaluation. Train the Trainer volume 2 provides all the information you need to start creating great training curriculum. This volume includes the following 15 issuesBasics of Instructional Systems Development, Be a Better Needs Analyst, Course Design and Development, Lesson Design and Development, Jump-Start Your Learning Objectives, Write Better Behavioral Objectives, How to Select and Use Learning Tools, Using Job Aids, Alternatives to Classrooms,Informal Learning, Teach SMEs to Design Training, Basics of E-Learning, Instructional Design for Technical Training, Needs Assessment for E-Learning, and Simple, Effective Online Training.

Creating Online Courses and Orientations

Author: Pamela S. Bacon
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
ISBN: 9781591582892
Format: PDF
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A practical guide to setting up online courses includes such topics as setting clear objectives, understanding the barriers, conducting research, determining format, planning activities, developing lessons, and getting feedback.

The Handbook of Training Technologies

Author: William J. Rothwell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0787982253
Format: PDF, ePub
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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.

Tailored Learning

Author: Jennifer Hofmann
Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 160728233X
Format: PDF, Kindle
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In Tailored Learning: Design the Blend That Fits, learn about the pros and cons of various training options in the context of a detailed case study that follows a design team (you and the authors) through the development of a blended learning solution for ABC Company. From examining the organization's business goals and training needs, through considering individual objectives and managerial considerations, this real-life example walks you through the process of selecting an ideal combination of training options for a specific scenario.

Learning in Real Time

Author: Jonathan Finkelstein
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
ISBN:
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Learning in Real Time is a concise and practicalresource for education professionals teaching live and online orthose wanting to humanize and improve interaction in their onlinecourses by adding a synchronous learning component. The book offerskeen insight into the world of synchronous learning tools, guidesinstructors in evaluating how and when to use them, and illustrateshow educators can develop their own strategies and styles inimplementing such tools to improve online learning. A pioneer in the development of synchronous learning theoriesand platforms, Finkelstein catalogs real-time learning venues,describes good practices for facilitating synchronous learning, andoffers examples to demonstrate how real-time techniques can enhancestudent learning. While each chapter considers the academic contextof faculty members looking to incorporate such interaction, thebook will also be a valuable resource to instructional designers,trainers, tutors, advising staff, librarians, and anyone involvedin professional development, course design, or providing studentsupport services. Learning in Real Time is the fourth book in theJossey-Bass Guides to Online Teaching and Learning series, whichoffers concrete and practical resources to help higher educationpractitioners meet the challenges of the online learningenvironment. "Good instruction is all about people. Learning in RealTime focuses on people, relationships, and the power of humandialog. Instructors, learning technologists, and administratorswill benefit from Finkelstein's commentary and common sense." —Diana G. Oblinger, vice president, EDUCAUSE "Jam-packed with extremely practical strategies and well-craftedactivity ideas, Learning in Real Time goes well beyond the toolsand deftly focuses on the process of effective live online learningand collaboration. Anyone teaching, presenting, coaching, orcollaborating online will end up with a marked-up, highlighted, anddog-eared copy of this book parked next to their computer." —Alan Levine, The New Media Consortium (NMC) "Finkelstein's real-world guidance on real-time learningadvances the cause of quality instruction–online and offline.This book represents an important contribution to the field." —Deborah L.G. Hutti, associate vice president for educationalservices, Lake Land College

Blended Learning

Author: Jennifer Hofmann
Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 1562861077
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Today, All Learning Is Blended Learning Modern learning audiences want flexibility and personalization—development on their terms. They need a blended approach to learning that lets them grow their skills and knowledge where they actually perform their work. When designed and implemented effectively, blended learning can breathe life back into your talent development offerings. Blended Learning is packed with easy-to-apply techniques to ensure your blended learning program is a success. Learning expert Jennifer Hofmann combines the latest findings in adult learning with her time-tested best practices to deliver powerful results. Pro tips, resources, and tools included throughout help you quickly locate concepts and ideas to plan, design, implement, and evaluate a blended campaign. This book delivers. When it comes to blended learning, discover what works. Blended Learning is part of an ATD series, What Works in Talent Development, which addresses the most critical topics facing today’s talent development practitioners. Each book in the series is written for trainers, by trainers, and offers an examination of core subject matter and a defined way to solve real issues.

Web based Education

Author: Information Resources Management Association
Publisher: IGI Global Snippet
ISBN: 1615209638
Format: PDF, Kindle
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"This comprehensive collection offers a compendium of research on the design, implementation, and evaluation of online learning technologies, addressing the challenges and opportunities associated with the creation and management of Web-based applications and communities, instructional design, personalized learning environments, and effective educational delivery"--Provided by publisher.