Prominent researchers and practitioners from instructional design, as well as the learning sciences-from both the U.S. and around the world-have contributed to this volume. This volume is a valuable resource for graduate students, scholars, and researchers in the fields of instructional design and educational technology, as well as for those who wish to develop expertise in training in industrial, military, public and academic organizations.
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