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Time to make the donuts: the role of video in corporate technical training

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1 Author(s)
Whitney, M.A. ; Albany Int. Corp., E. Greenbush, NY, USA

The author details the development of an industrial training curriculum at Albany International (a textile company which makes paper-machine clothing, huge ruglike belts used to convey paper on paper machines), including the development of technical video as an important part of the program. Specifically, the production of a technical video for the warp yarn dresser is examined. The role of the video in the manufacturing segment of the curriculum is explained. Details of the video development and a variety of its educational uses in the company are discussed

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Professional Communication, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 1 )