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Exercises using the Internet as a tool or resource.


Hello fellow developers.

I'm interested in getting ideas for ways in which an internet-connected PC could be used as a training resource in the traditional training room environment.

Ideas I already have are for group exercises in which delegates use the internet to answer quiz questions, research the competitors, or experience customer service. But I'm sure that there must be loads more clever applications too - any suggestions, however whacky, will be gratefully considered!!

Thanks in advance.
Andrew Rea

One Response

  1. Internet site use
    We have been using the internet for over 12 months in the classrooom for research. So if training managers, for example, we ask them to build a solution to a problem by directing them to useful websites, working in teams to solve problems, they access various sites and produce a case study at the end of the session which also acknowledges the help they have obtained.

    We recommend the Sift group at the moment as a good primary source and most students are very happy with the range offered on Training Zone and Human resource Zone, we use our own site and some CD roms for other forms of research too.

    The opportunities are endless so whichever area you are training in there should be a framework to suit.

    Please feel free to discuss further email [email protected]


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