Abstract

This report describes the development process of the Deutsche Bank Intro to Controls instructional training tool. This course utilizes a multi-faceted, blended approach, including web-based training, simulation, and instructor-led training components to teach complex banking operations. The report includes a literature review describing instructional theories, and strategies concerning the use of a blended approach in the training of complex systems and operations. The report also includes a description of the formative evaluation process and results. These results demonstrated a positive response to the content and instructional strategies employed in the training, as well as the need for future research to evaluate long-term effects of the training. Finally, the report contains a critique of the project, discussing its strengths, its weaknesses, and opportunities for future training projects.

Degree

MS

College and Department

David O. McKay School of Education; Instructional Psychology and Technology

Rights

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Date Submitted

2006-12-08

Document Type

Selected Project

Handle

http://hdl.lib.byu.edu/1877/etd1662

Keywords

Training, Blended Learning Solutions, Simulations, Banking Operations

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