Systematic Training Program Design : Maximizing Effectiveness and Minimizing Liability
This specific and practical guide to the design, development and evaluation of training programmes integrates traditional instructional design practices with newer findings from educational research and applied cognition, and from recent advances in computer-based training. It integrates the major principles and methodologies from the fields of training, instructional design, cognitive psychology and human factors engineering. It considers congnitive task analysis, rapid prototyping, user testing, principles of document and interface design, and development of multimedia training programmes.
- Hardback | 432 pages
- 154.94 x 233.68 x 33.02mm | 884.5g
- 01 Aug 1994
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
Table of contents
1. Development of Instructional Systems. 2. Procedure: Organizational Analysis. 3. Background: Knowledge and Expertise. 4. Procedures: Task and Trainee Analyses. 5. Background: Learning and Motivation. 6. Procedure: Writing System Specifications. 7. Background: Training Techniques. 8. Background: Computer-Assisted Instruction. 9. Procedure: Developing the Design Concept. 10. Background: Document and Computer Interface Design. 11. Procedure: Initial System Development. 12. Procedures: Prototyping and User Testing. 13. Procedures: Full Scale Development and Final User Testing. 14. Procedure: Program Evaluation. 15. Minimizing Future Litigation Problems.