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Will CBT Produce the Results You Need? A Case Study

Performance Improvement Volume 39, Number 2, ISSN 1090-8811


Discusses how to determine whether computer-based training (CBT) is appropriate for particular training needs, based on the experiences of one company that needed an orientation program for new employees available on demand at a variety of locations. Highlights include criteria for selecting vendors, outcomes of CBT, and comparing costs. (LRW)


Benson, S.V. (2000). Will CBT Produce the Results You Need? A Case Study. Performance Improvement, 39(2), 27-34. Retrieved March 21, 2023 from .

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