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Training Information Tools Merge Form and Function
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Performance Improvement Volume 37, Number 4, ISSN 1090-8811

Abstract

Describes each step of the design sequence for crafting a training resource (state a purpose, identify one or more users, describe content, develop a format, test for relevance) and discusses building a virtual-training forms network. Figures illustrate the instructional-system-development model; training forms, content, and end-users; frequently used formats with applications; and virtual training-forms network. (AEF)

Citation

Robertson, R. (1998). Training Information Tools Merge Form and Function. Performance Improvement, 37(4), 26-30. Retrieved January 27, 2020 from .

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