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Author/s:  Herremans, A.
Publisher/s:  UNESCO Paris and ILO International Training Centre
Published:  1995
ISBN:  92-9049-299-6

Studies #02 New Training Technologies

English | 中文

This document discusses the reasons why new training technologies (NTT) may be used in technical and vocational education and training and provides information on how NTT can be used in group and individual learning. A methodology is then suggested to select the most appropriate NTT for a partricular curriculum or course. It also offers practical hints for introducing NTT in a training institution and foresees technical trends for the next few years, in order to help the administrators and teachers in technical and vocational education make the best possible investment.

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