The Cost of Learning—a Very Brief History
Training (or learning) has always been viewed as a cost center (representing a cost of doing business similar to other employee costs such as salary, commissions, and benefits). That's why many organizations in the past have struggled with the challenge of justifying the cost of training in their budgets.
Today, organizations are making significant
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and software simulations; different types of questions for exhibits and tests: single-correct, multiple-correct, fill-in-the-blank, graphical-choice, drag-and-drop, item-match, true/false, and essay; student course/lesson maps, for single-click access to any course location; feedback on a lesson-by-lesson basis; secondary windows for additional information, large graphics, animations, and demonstrations; Web publishing. Some companies prefer using third-party course authoring tools such as Outstart or