About the Author
James L. Moseley is an associate professor of Instructional Technology at Wayne State University, College of Education. He teaches program evaluation and human performance technology and directs doctoral dissertations. He is co-author of five books, three of which have won ISPI Awards for Excellence in Instructional Communication. He is a frequent contributor to Pfeiffer/Wiley publications including the Pfeiffer Annuals. He has won numerous awards for teaching and mentoring and frequently consults with business, industry, and health care on program evaluation and human performance. His new area of interest focuses on older worker and older learner issues.
Joan Conway Dessinger is a consultant, writer, editor, and an adjunct faculty member in the Wayne State University Instructional Technology program. She founded The Lake Group, a performance improvement consulting firm. She is the co-author of five books, three of which have won ISPI Awards for Excellence in Instructional Communication. She is a contributor to Distance Training and Sustaining Distance Training, both (Jossey-Bass), the Handbook of Human Performance Technology; and the 2007 Pfeiffer Annual (Pfeiffer).