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more popularly known as Computer Assisted Instruction or Tutorials, "Computer
Based Training" is a process of learning that is not executed in the traditional
manner one would find in the educational environment. Rather than the conventional
classroom and instructor or professor setting, computer based training involves
learning using software applications installed in computers. The student is, in
effect, trained by the computer. Oftentimes, this method of learning can be much
more effective than the practice of teaching and learning in classrooms because
the student, if working alone, can set his or her own speed of learning. As such,
the student that is a quick learner can forge ahead at a pace that an average
student would not be able to handle. On the other hand, for those that take a
little more time than the average student to process and learn new information,
computer based training would be ideal, as they can go at their own stride, not
fall behind and not keep any other students behind schedule.
common example of this type of training would be the following: A person would
like to learn how to use image editing software program so they purchase the computer
based training for that specific software application. They also purchase the
actual software that they would like to become familiar with. While they are being
trained with the computer assisted instruction, they can simultaneously verify
and put into practice all that they learn in the training, since they have the
target software on-hand. The advantage of this kind of system is that all of the
information is right there at their desktop in one place versus going to a class,
having time lapse before they can get access to a computer.
the past, computer based training was not as easily accessible or viable for businesses
as it required a prodigious amount of hardware and software, items that were much
more exorbitant in price than today. Nowadays, nearly everyone has access to a
personal computer at home, at work or at computer labs in schools or libraries.
This kind of access to computers has helped to see an increase in the use of computer
based training programs, as well as a growth in the computer based training industry.
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