Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Employees--Training of--Computer-assisted instruction;
The purpose of the literature review is to investigate what instructional design practices organizations employ to deliver virtual classroom training to their workforces. The review examines why companies are implementing virtual classrooms, positive and negative elements of implementing, instructional design strategies companies use to deliver effective virtual training and how learners perceive virtual classroom training compared to traditional face-to-face settings. Best practice with research shows that the most critical factors in successful virtual classroom training are engaging learners, using the software technology effectively, applying instruction design practices and accurately evaluating learner perception. By understanding the best practices, instructional designers can enhance the participants' learning experience, demonstrate return on investment and improve efficiency and employee effectiveness.
Date of Award
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
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©2010 Rebecca L. Adams
Adams, Rebecca L., "Design practices business organizations employ to deliver virtual classroom training" (2010). Graduate Research Papers. 122.