LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

Introduction
Table I.1 A Preview of Chapters
Chapter 1
Figure 1.1 A Screen Capture from an Asynchronous Excel Lesson
Figure 1.2 A Screen Capture from a Synchronous Excel Lesson
Figure 1.3 Electronic Distance Learning Versus Face-to-Face Instruction: Distribution of Effect Sizes
Figure 1.4 Percentage of Learning Hours Available Via ILT (Instructor-Led Training) and Technology
Figure 1.5 The Engagement Matrix
Figure 1.6 A Simulated Automotive Shop Offers Accelerated Learning Opportunities
Table 1.1 Inform and Perform e-Learning Goals
Table 1.2 Three e-Learning Architectures
Chapter 2
Table 2.1 Three Metaphors of Learning
Figure 2.1 Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning
Table 2.2

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