Web-Based Training: Creating e-Learning Experiences, 2nd Edition
April 2002, Pfeiffer
Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
Chapter 1. Tactical and Strategic Advantages.
Chapter 2. Best Practices for WBT Implementation.
Chapter 3. Principles of Adult Education and Instructional Design.
Chapter 4. Tools of the Trade.
Chapter 5. Analyzing Needs and Selecting Delivery Methods.
Chapter 6. Selecting the Most Appropriate E-Learning Method.
Chapter 7. Designing Asynchronous Interactions.
Chapter 8. Designing Synchronous Interactions.
Chapter 9. Developing Blueprints.
Chapter 10. Implementing and Evaluating WBT Programs.
Chapter 11. Looking Ahead.
Appendix A: Software Applications for E-Learning.
Appendix B: Professional Organizations.
Appendix C: Resource Sites and Conferences.
Appendix D: Selected Bibliography.
Appendix E: Matrix of Web-Based Training Types.
Appendix F: Netiquette.
Appendix G: Glossary.
About the Author.
How to use the CD-ROM.
"I recommend this book to everyone who asks me for e-learning resources. Its descriptions are clear, its recommendations are practical, and it helps e-learning practitioners, new and experienced, focus on one of the most overlooked parts of e-learning — instructional design." —Dawn Adams, content development manager, Microsoft
"Besides my books, this is the only one worth reading. Want to know what Web-based training and e-learning are? You can spend five years mucking around, or you can read this book." —William Horton, author, Designing Web-Bassed Training, Leading E-Learning, and Evaluating E-Learning
"Offers updated insights and sound advice. Explains the universals of training...while preparing readers for the change in e-learning, including the rise of mobile computing and educommerce, and the growing link with knowledge management." —Saul Carliner, author, An Overview of Online Learning
"A must-have book for anyone who has responsibility for ensuring that e-learning is successful in their organization. It not only provides the information and the tools you'll need, but through the exercises you'll be able to gain critical first-hand experience." —Lance E. Dublin, Lance Dublin Consulting