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Title: Evaluating Technology Based Training (TBT): The issues and methods
Author(s): McKeown, A
Gardner, John
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Issue Date: 1991
Citation: McKeown A & Gardner J (1991) Evaluating Technology Based Training (TBT): The issues and methods, Computers and Education, 16 (1), pp. 51-55.
Abstract: Questions are being asked about the effectiveness of technology based training in comparison to conventional training and especially about its ability to improve a company's overall efficiency through its trainees' performance. The need for evaluative data concerning these matters is growing and trainers themselves are revising their rôle as evaluators. This paper reports on a short field study which examined some of these issues.
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