Implementation Issues in Web-based Training
Web-based training systems (WTBS) can relatively easily be designed as muliti-sensory systems, offering flexible navigation through different parts and types of information. They allow relative ease of modification and extension, facilitating incremental design and improvement strategies for creating instructional resources. A further advantage is that both the training resources as well as the tasks of their creation can be shared across geographical distant regions. For vocational and workplace training, it is possible to provide rich contextual information for situating what is learned and thus enable rapid and relevant knowledge construction by trainees.
Citation : Kinshuk and Patel A. (2001) Implementation Issues in Web-based Training In: B. H. Khan (Ed.) Web-Based Training. Educational Technology Publications, NJ., pp. 375-380
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