Web-Based Training Research Paper by Research Group

Web-Based Training
An examination of the issues related to training based on interaction with sites on the World Wide Web.
# 27364 | 8,079 words | 37 sources | MLA | 2002 | US

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This paper discusses how web-based training is an extension of computer-based training which takes advantage of the immediacy of the World Wide Web and the ability to reach large numbers of people at the same time regardless of where they are located. It proposes a study on the ways in which training may be adapted to benefit from innovations in information technology (IT) and the advantages such adaptation may provide for both organizations and trainees. Through an extensive literature review, it attempts to identify factors that contribute to either the success or failure of web-based training systems.

Statement of the Problem
Research Questions
Definition of Key Terms
Literature Review
The Nature of Training and its Importance to the Organization
Traditional Training Programs
Traditional Training Techniques
Moving to A New Training Paradigm
Computer-Based Training
Preparing for Web-Based Training
Web-Based Training
Web-Based Training in Practice
Technological Considerations Related to Web-Based Training
Importance of Evaluating Training
Evaluating Web-Based Training
Population and Sample
Data Analysis

From the Paper:

"An organization is a community. Social interactionists conceive a community as a social group, and that within the community as a social group, individuals develop both their own self-concept and individual identity through social interactions within the community structure (Levine, 1991). Identity refers to self-meanings in a role. Roles are shared norms applied by occupants of social positions. This development, according to social interactionists, allows a person to move from a personal perception of "I" (the spontaneous self) to a personal perception of "Me" (the social self), through a role taking behavior wherein the person assumes the role of the generalized other. Through this behavioral process, the person derives meanings from the nonverbal actions and verbal statements of significant others within the community structure."

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