Development of the appropriate tools to facilitate the learning process is a necessity to achieve the most powerful impact for the learner. It is possible to create specific and focused learning tools that do not require classroom instruction.

Examples of these tools are:

Reusable Learning Objects (RLO) Articles including Shortcuts
Informational One-Sheets Bookmarks

A more comprehensive learning tool may be necessary to relay large quantities of information or detailed processes which may require classroom instruction or participation. Comprehensive guides or courses are appropriate for many topics including Software Training, OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration), Customer Service, Sales, Management, Corporate Policies etc.

Examples of these tools are:

User Manuals Technical Training Manuals Presentations

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