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Instructional Analysis and Course Development is a new tool for educators, corporate and industrial trainers, supervisors and human resource development specialists. According to American Technical Publishers, Inc., the reference/textbook covers both determining what's needed in a course and how to build course content.

Topics include data gathering techniques, analysis techniques, how to write effective reports and presentations, and how to evaluate and develop courses and programs. The book also covers approaches to procedures such as needs assessment, and use of graphics and charts to reinforce fundamental concepts.

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