Second-generation digital teaching tools, including compact video players and new content management and authoring technologies, are augmenting the initial benefits of online and computer-based training by accelerating knowledge transfer and improving test score averages, operators say.Online and computer-based training systems for several years have earned high marks among some employers for providing the means to lock down content, deliver educational materials in a consistent manner, ...
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