Recommendations for training development books - the list!

Subject: Recommendations for training development books - the list!
From: Sue MacIntosh <sue -at- PAGES -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 1994 14:10:34 -0800

Thanks to everyone who responded, both publicly and in private.

Here's a list for your interest and future reference:

- Computer-Based Instruction, Stephen Alessi and Stanley Trollip

- Figuring Things Out - A Trainer's Guide to Needs and Task
Analysis, Ron Zemke and Thomas Kramlinger

- Making Instruction Work, Robert F. Mager

- Instructional Design - Principles and Applications, Leslie Briggs,

- Principles of Instructional Design, Robert Gagne and Leslie Briggs

- The Training Wheel, Rosalind L. Rogoff

- Computer as Theatre, Brenda Laurel

From what I can tell, there's a market out there for someone to write
a book on software training development! Any takers?

Thanks again,


Susan M. MacIntosh
Pages Software Inc
San Diego, CA
sue -at- pages -dot- com

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