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The CRCL Institute maintains a small lending library of training skills books for use by Fusion Center P/CRCL Officers who wish to refine their training presentation, design, evaluation skills. These are just a sampling of books available on these topics from professional trainer sources.


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"The New Social Learning: A Guide to Transforming Organizations through Social Media", (193 pp.) Become educated in how social media can help people learn and innovate quickly, exchange knowledge, and engage with peers, business partners, and customers.


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"Rapid Video Development For Trainers: How to Create Learning Videos Fast and Affordable", (204 pp.) A comprehensive tutorial covering every aspect of web-based video development. This book provides both the theoretical overview and the nuts-and-bolts instructions for creating professional-quality video quickly, easily, and inexpensively.


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"Basics of Podcasting: Tips, Tools and Intelligence for Trainers", (16 pp.) One of the InfoLine series that provides basics for e-learning and training technology for podcasting. This booklet shows the benefits of podcasting: doesn't interrupt work, takes advantage of downtime; provides on-demand learning; moves at the pace of the learner, and uses inexpensive technology.


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"Designing for the Virtual Classroom: Tips, Tools, and Intelligence for Trainers", (16 pp.) - One of the InfoLine series of practical job aids. Educates you on designing the virtual classroom including analyzing your need, designing and developing activities, and implementing and evaluating your program.


"Mobile Learning: Developing a Strategy - Tips, Tools, and Intelligence for Trainers", (16 pp.) One of the InfoLine series of practical job aids. Teaches mobile learning including clarifying what mobile learning is, its benefits, and designing mobile learning programs.


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"Using Video in E-Learning: Tips, and Tools, and Intelligence for Training", (16 pp.) One of the InfoLine series of practical job aids. Gives information on using video in e-learning including the role of video in learning, making videos, and the future of videos.


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"Simple, Effective Online Training: Tips, Tools, and Intelligence for Trainers", (16 pp.) One of the InfoLine series that provides a simple explanation on why to use online training. Learn about the different types of online training and discover how to modify your existing classroom training skills to work online.


"Using Web 2.0 Technologies: Tips, Tools, and Intelligence for Trainers", (16 pp.) One of the InfoLine series of practical job aids. Educates you on Web 2.0 Technologies, developing a strategic plan, and teaching the application of Web 2.0 technology.


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"Twitter for Trainers: Tips, Tools, and Intelligence for Trainers", (19 pp.) One of the InfoLine series of practical job aids. Explains how to use Twitter, including getting started, the features and tools, as well as how to make twitter work for you.


"Scenario Based E-Learning: Tips, Tools, and Intelligence for Training", (16 pp. 2 copies) One of the InfoLine series of practical job aids. Provides an understanding on the benefits of scenario-based learning and the basics of experience design.


"CRCLI Guide to Video Production 101" (Binder) Offers easy-to-follow instructions on how to plan and produce a video.


See Also:

"Training Basics: Tips, Tools, and Intelligence for Trainers," in The Big Picture on Training section also has informative chapters on training through new technology.


Interested in any of these books?

Fusion Center P/CRCL Officers may borrow any of these books for 30 days. The CRCL Institute will ship you the book and offer telephone technical assistance, if requested. Email your requests to FusionCenterTraining@hq.dhs.gov or call 202-357-6260.


Source: The DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.
Last date page updated: 03/16/15 (CRCL)

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