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Plenty of chaff - some wheat: Evaluating CBT authoring packages for industry and education

conference contribution
posted on 17.05.2019, 00:00 by Peter HosiePeter Hosie, D Jamieson
Choosing a Computer Based Training (CBT) authoring language is a daunting task. With in excess of one hundred major packages on offer for microcomputers, errors are costly in terms of scarce capital, opportunities foregone, and human resources wasted. Selection criteria must be matched with learner needs and training requirements of an organisation and not be technology driven. This paper will trace the process involved in selecting a package for a large government statutory authority. The selection process documented will assist other large government and private organisations rapidly select a suitable CBT authoring system.

History

Editor

Steele J; Hedberg JG

Parent Title

Designing for Learning in Industry and Education: Proceedings of EdTech'

Start Page

208

End Page

223

Number of Pages

16

Start Date

27/09/1988

Finish Date

29/09/1988

ISBN-10

0731643356

Location

Canberra, Australia

Publisher

AJET Publications

Place of Publication

Tugun, Australia

Peer Reviewed

Yes

Open Access

Yes

External Author Affiliations

Government of Western Australia

Era Eligible

Yes

Name of Conference

EdTech'88, the Biennial Conference of the Australian Society for Educational Technology