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Enhancing the Appeal of Teletraining


Journal of Instructional Psychology Volume 16, Number 4,


Discusses teletraining as an instructional delivery system and provides recommendations for making it more effective. Topics discussed include distance education; research on teletraining; instructional effectiveness; motivational factors; acceptance of technological innovations; perception of teletraining by adult learners; and the importance of printed materials and other visual media. (21 references) (LRW)


Graham, S.W. & Wedman, J.F. (1989). Enhancing the Appeal of Teletraining. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 16(4), 183. Retrieved August 7, 2020 from .

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