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Check out The Connection for Q1 2015

Our current newsletter is out! In this edition, we cover assessments, collaboration and document lifecycle. What Comes First: Training or Assessment? Regardless of what you decide, a complete learning program contains both learning and assessment. Collaboration: Defining a Process to Work Efficiently Bottom line, effective collaboration processes, that are defined and documented, can provide...

Training Tools: Getting a Return on Your Investment

Here’s another great article from our quarterly newsletter. Have you purchased tools, such as authoring tools, courseware, or an LMS, and struggled with actually using them? Do you actually have an inventory of the training tools you have purchased? Not keeping an inventory that can be quickly accessed and provide valuable information is another...

When is an Assessment not an Assessment…

…when it’s actually a knowledge check or quiz! Let us explain. We like to think here at Team TutorPro HQ that we have a half-decent sense of humor, or that we can at least spot a good pun when we see it. However this subject is no joke! In application and software training there...

Did you make any New Year’s resolutions?

We are well into the New Year. I hope your New Year is off to a good start. Did you make any New Year’s resolutions for your training program this year? It’s not too late if you haven’t. If you did, have you already gotten off-track and distracted by new projects and new mandates...

Technology Training: Myths and Facts

In case you missed it, Robin Murphy, General Manager of TutorPro US, addresses a few common myths that are present in so many law firms in the recent edition of Keno Kozie’s IT Insights. Myth’s Robin debunks: Attorneys and law students prefer presentational style training or video. Attorneys don’t need to come to training....

25 Great Years!

We have so many great ideas and experiences to share and just couldn’t keep it to ourselves any longer. After all, we’ve been doing this for 25 years! Welcome to our new blog site. We hope you’ll visit often, add your comments and share what you learn here with your peers!