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Wiley Holiday Book Sale

Wiley Holiday Book Sale

As an ISPI member, you can participate in our Wiley Holiday Book Sale. Between now and December 31, 2015, save 50% off all print books you order directly through Wiley.

Complimentary Resources Available to ISPI Members

Complimentary Resources Available to ISPI Members

As a member of ISPI, you not only have access to all issues of the Performance Improvement journal and the Performance Improvement Quarterly, but you also have access to a few additional publications you may or may not know about. Check out the titles below and discover more member benefits.

Complimentary Publications Available

Complimentary Publications Available

As March has come to a close, we are reminded of an ominous quote brought back to life in Dr. James Pershing’s editorial notes from the March issue of the Performance Improvement journal, (now available for download): “Beware the Ides of March.” But the countdown to the Performance Improvement Conference has officially begun, and we have just a few days until the opening ceremonies, festivities, and learning experiences.

E-Learning Strategy: A Framework for Success

E-Learning Strategy: A Framework for Success

An IT department recently asked me to develop an e-learning course about one of their applications. One of my first steps was to contact the training manager of that organization and ask her what type of course would fit into her e-learning strategy. “What do you mean by e-learning strategy,” I heard on the other end of the phone. I started to explain, but found that what she really wanted to know was, “Why do I need an e-learning strategy?”

Keeping Up–Performance Improvement Quarterly 26(2)

Keeping Up–Performance Improvement Quarterly 26(2)

Performance Improvement Quarterly is a peer-reviewed journal created to stimulate professional discussion in the field and to advance the discipline of human performance technology (HPT) through publishing scholarly works. Our current issue, “Keeping Up,” is guest edited by Karen L. Medsker, PhD. She explores five of PIQ’s most influential articles from the past, all related to instruction and mentoring, and the authors have provided research updates on their topics.