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EIDT 6500 Performance Improvement: Welcome & Course Readings

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EIDT 6500 Required Course Readings

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Billett, S., & Choy, S. (2013). Learning through work: Emerging perspectives and new challenges. Journal of Workplace Learning, 25(4), 264-276.

Duan, M. (2011). Application of data collection techniques by human performance technology practitioners. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 24(3), 77-100.

Guerra-Lopez, I. (2016). Setting Clear Direction and Ensuring Alignment. Performance Improvement Quarterly. pp. 3-5.

Kaufman, R., & Bernardez, M. L. (2012). Human performance technology and its future. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 25(1), 5-11.

Pershing, J. A. (2014). Introduction to 'HPT Models: An Overview of the Major Models in the Field'. Performance Improvement, 53(9), 31.

Phillips, J. J., Phillips, P. P., & Schell, S. C. (2015). The Value of Motivation: How to Measure the Value, Impact, and ROI of Motivational Projects, Programs, and Events. Performance Improvement, 54(5), 16-27.

Sleezer, C. M., Russ-Eft, D. F., & Gupta, K. (2015). Learning, Training, and Performance Timeline: A Walk through History. Performance Improvement, 54(2), 7-15.

Toker, S., & Moseley, J. L. (2013). The Mental Model Comparison of Expert and Novice Performance Improvement Practitioners. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 26(3), 7-32.

Wilmoth, F. S., Prigmore, C., & Bray, M. (2014). HPT Models: An Overview of the Major Models in the Field. Performance Improvement, 53(9), 31-42.

Other Readings

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