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OGoBiblios 32

Anger, W.K., Stupel, J., Ammerman, T., Tamulinas, A. Bodner, T. & Rohlman, D.S. (2006). The suitability of computer-based training for workers with limited formal education: a case study from the US agricultural sector. International Journal of Training and Development 10(4), 269-284.

In “The suitability of computer-based training for workers with limited formal education: a case study from the US agricultural sector,” Anger et al. (2006) complete a full cycle instructional design process, from needs assessment through design, development, and implementation to evaluation, delivering a computer based instructional (CBI) program for ladder safety to a Hispanic orchard staff of an agricultural and food products company. They developed this program and conducted this study in order to answer the question, “Can CBI be used to train an Hispanic workforce with limited formal education?” Anger et al. identify a need for this type of research because little research is available on the use of CBI in workplace training of individuals with limited education. Their findings support the use of CBI in training agriculture workers with limited education for both learning and lasting behavioral changes.

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