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> 1. Recommendation for help (books, PICs, examples,etc.) on
> writing training documents.
My thoughts would be
Zubot, Myra, Writing Your Course, University of Saskatchewan Extension
Press, 1993 ISBN 0-88880-292-7
Renner, Peter, The Quick Instructional Planner, Vancouver: PFR Training
Associates, 1988 ISBN 0-6960465-6-1
Rowntree, Derek, Developing Courses for Students, London: Paul Chapman, 1981
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