Incorporating Collaborative Technologies Into the Pedagogy of Instructor-Led Training
Rhodes, Julie A.
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Rhodes, Julie A.
This annotated bibliography examines literature published between 2008 and 2014 as they address collaborative technologies and how these technologies may be combined with formal learning approaches to maximize learning outcomes. It provides information to corporate trainers and instructors of adult professionals about: (a) collaborative technologies, (b) formal learning and informal learning, and (c) learner satisfaction, learner motivation, and the transfer of learning.
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