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Tales From the Field: </br>E-Book Computer Training—Evaluating a Small Training Program

Tales From the Field:
E-Book Computer Training—Evaluating a Small Training Program

By Robbie Proulx and Tiffany Smith Tales from the Field, a monthly column, consists of reports of evidence-based performance improvement practice and advice, presented by graduate students, alumni, and faculty of Boise State University’s Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning department. The Challenge of the E-Book Here is a quick question: How many personal smart devices […]

Pragmatism: Making the Most Out of Training

Pragmatism: Making the Most Out of Training

When we use the words training programs or seminars, we almost always are referring to those classroom-type sessions, usually with a projector up front and a captive class listening (if not snoozing) to an assigned speaker or instructor. A skilled instructor would encourage participation–by asking questions and maybe including timed breakout sessions where participants are asked to work in small groups.