Do I matter?: the impact of individual differences on training process

  title={Do I matter?: the impact of individual differences on training process},
  author={Saurabh Gupta and Robert P. Bostrom and Robert Anson},
The increasing investment in technology for training and learning in organizations underscores the fundamental importance for researchers to understand and investigate technology-mediated learning (TML). Currently, a great deal of Information Systems (IS) training for both IS professionals and end-users has a TML component. With the continuing growth of TML and advances in information technology, there will be a likely increate in TML-based IS training in the future. Advances in technology have… CONTINUE READING


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