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Making the Connection: The Effectiveness of Internet Training in Small Businesses
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Education & Training Volume 42, Number 4, ISSN 0040-0912

Abstract

A study of British business owners and employees who were trained in business applications of the Internet found it raised awareness of information/communication technologies. Connecting the training to National Vocational Qualifications proved unpopular. The need for business centers offering the training was clear and ways to improve the program were identified. (SK)

Citation

Blackburn, R. & Athayde, R. (2000). Making the Connection: The Effectiveness of Internet Training in Small Businesses. Education & Training, 42(4), 289. Retrieved January 27, 2020 from .

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