ITrain Homepage

Site Directory
Membership
Train-the-Trainer
Trainer Certification
Certified Training Materials
ITinfo E-zine
Responsible Training
White Papers
Trainer Resources
What's New
Speaking Engagements
Onsite Training
ITrain Gear



Popular Links
Speaking Engagements
Training Manuals
Certification
Train the Trainer
The Training Book
Technical Writing
Privacy Policy

Print this document

Google
Web ITrain.org

White Papers

These papers are published for the benefit of ITrain members. So you'll see them exactly as intended, we have prepared them as Adobe Acrobat PDF documents.



Download Now
You'll need a current version of Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these PDFs. Getting the Acrobat Reader program is simple and free! Just click the Adobe icon to the left and follow the easy steps to download and install Acrobat Reader.

Public White Papers

WPR0001 Are IT trainers aware of the effect of multiple intelligences (MI) and different learning styles on training participant performance?

This research paper is written for the use of members to raise their awareness of the importance of designing and conducting training sessions that account for different learning styles of the attending participants.


White Papers Available to Members

Access to these articles is granted to members in good standing.

WPR0002 Characteristics and common behavioral preferences for each of the seven Multiple Intelligences (MI)

This research paper is written for the use of members who are aware of the theory of MI learning styles and desire specific reminders of common behaviors and preferences while they are learning to implement MI theory into their instructional plans and training seminars.

WPR0003 An introduction to personality types and learning styles as categorized by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and their application to adult IT training.

This research paper is written for the use of members who desire an introduction to the MBTI assessment's classification of personality styles as initially developed by Carl Jung. The general personality characteristics and learning styles are described in a manner so as to facilitate trainers' learning to recognize the individual behaviors and learning styles.

WPR0004 Recognizing Different Learning Styles: Visual, Auditory, Kinaesthetic and their effect on learning and retention

This research paper is written for the benefit of members to increase their ability to recognize and identify the three major learning styles and be cognizant of the effect each has on the learning process and the trainer's role in matching instructional methods to the learners' preferred style.

WPR0005 Computer Mediated Training: What does it mean for trainers? How will trainers create interactivity with their learners?

This research paper is written for the benefit of members to open a discussion of the changing methodologies for presenting IT training: computer-mediated training will supplant face-to-face instructor-led training within the coming decade due to a significant reduction in cost for training delivery.

WPR0006 Learning Taxonomy: Introduction for IT trainers to Benjamin Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives in the cognitive domain

This research paper is written for the benefit of members as an introduction to the work in the area of educational measurement tools for educators and IT trainers as originally developed by Benjamin S. Bloom.

WPR0007 Project Management: Effectively combining technical acumen, leadership skills, and team advocacy

This research paper is written for the benefit of members as an introduction to role of IT project managers, their effect on organizations, and the skills required for effective performance.


International Association of Information Technology Trainers
PMB 616
6030-M Marshalee Dr
Elkridge, MD 21075-5987

410.567.5366
1.888.290.6200
fax 801.650.0423
Membership Director: member@itrain.org

Copyright © 2000 International Association of Information Technology Trainers, Ltd., All Rights Reserved

http://itrain.org/html/resources/whitepaper.html
updated April 04, 2007