Corpus ID: 60375705

The Realities of Web-Based Training

  title={The Realities of Web-Based Training},
  author={Jennifer Minotti and P. Gigu{\`e}re},
  journal={T.H.E. Journal Technological Horizons in Education},
WEB-BASED TRAINING (WBT)--the use of the World Wide Web for training purposes that can be delivered anytime, anywhere to anyone with access to an Internet-enabled computer--has become a term both loaded with possibilities and mired down in misconceptions. As with face-to-face training, the goal of WBT is to improve skills, enhance learning and understanding, and change attitudes and behaviors over time. When thinking about the best ways to deliver training, WBT offers the ability to deliver… Expand
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