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Technology for Training

It is hard to pick up a newspaper these days without reading about the merger of yet two more telecommunication giants, the development of a faster, more powerful microprocessor, or how advances in information technology will change the way we work and live.

But what does it mean for trainers?

In the new Technology for Training department, the Training and Performance Forum is stepping up its efforts to answer that question, and we need your help to do it.

We’re looking for field-tested tips and tactics on:

  1. Using computers and software programs in training courses.
  2. Using computer software programs to create classroom training materials.
  3. Using technology to help you successfully manage the training function.
  4. Navigating the Internet, especially finding training-related websites, YouTube Channels, or Facebook or LinkedIn that allow you to share training ideas.
  5. Using distance learning technology, such as interactive TV or desktop video conferencing.
  6. New products or services you’ve had success with.

Please include details with your submissions about the kind of computer and software you use.

Email your contributions to: Bob@CTTNewsletters.com

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