Technology-Based Rich Media Training Compared to Traditional Media Training in Blue-Collar Employees



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The objective of this study is to determine the effects of traditional training compared to technology-based rich media training and the results upon course dissemination and completion corresponding course indicators, reaction, learning, and behavioral change quantified using Kirkpatrick’s four-level training evaluation model. The study aims to determine the efficiency of the porting of existing traditional training materials to technology-based rich media training. The subjects of this study are blue-collar participants of an adult learning course. The quantitative methods used in this case will facilitate the exploration of the result that compare a traditional training program to a training program with technology-based rich media using Kirkpatrick’s model. The research seeks to inform businesses on generational response in blue-collar workers to traditional versus technology-based training.



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