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Journal of Instruction Delivery Systems

This journal has been merged into The Journal of Applied Learning Technology and is no longer being published. You can still view past issues.

The Journal of Instruction Delivery Systems (JIDS) is a quarterly publication sponsored by the Society for Applied Learning Technology® and published by the Learning Technology Institute® which is devoted to the issues, problems, and applications of instructional delivery systems in education, training, and job performance. Its purpose is to inform managers, senior professionals, and developers of specific examples of applications of technology based learning systems for education, training, and job performance improvement in terms of results that can be or have been achieved. The publication is application oriented and not focused on the technical aspects of design and development. The readers should get information directly applicable to their jobs. Articles are invited that examine some phase - technology, evolution, planning, cost, learning successes and failures - of contemporary delivery systems, in line with the foregoing.

The Journal audience embraces trainers, professionals, and educators across a broad spectrum of business, industry, and the military, administrators and executives, and academia. The articles should be of interest to a wide range of readers involved in some aspect of lifelong learning.