Written by ARTHUR ZULU

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Now, what’s Newswire? Let’s see how it works.

1.You write and forward your press release torepparttar over 600 websites and databases worldwide.

2.A reader or researcher in search of a topic that is covered in your book, visits one ofrepparttar 129436 websites where your press release has already been archived.

3.Sincerepparttar 129437 subject of his search matchesrepparttar 129438 topic or theme of your book,repparttar 129439 search engine turns up your press release.

4.Usingrepparttar 129440 information provided in your press release, he visits your website and downloads your book.

5.If he is a reporter, he quotes your book in his publication, thus giving you wonderful exposure.

6.Your address onrepparttar 129441 press release is used to contact you for book deals, interviews, and talk shows, thus firing up your fame and fortune.

And come to think ofrepparttar 129442 over 150 million Internet Users (just to begin with), clicking away and downloading your best-seller, and mailing you to know how you didrepparttar 129443 trick. The magic is inrepparttar 129444 net!

Why not call your publisher or computer manager right now, and for a few bucks, he will place your book onrepparttar 129445 window by purchasingrepparttar 129446 Newswire for you; and archive your book ETERNALLY in front ofrepparttar 129447 world 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 28 days a month, and 365 days a year.

And then your book will make it torepparttar 129448 best-seller lists ofrepparttar 129449 world’s most prestigious newspapers.

And you,repparttar 129450 now celebrated writer, will end up in a popular American TV Talk show.

Or find yourself appending your signature on a million dollar contract document in Hollywood,repparttar 129451 entertainment capital ofrepparttar 129452 world.

And just in case you do not know how to spend your millions, I recommend you to buy a yacht and go sail inrepparttar 129453 Mediterranean. Or jump intorepparttar 129454 next space ship and becomerepparttar 129455 first writer to travel torepparttar 129456 final frontier.

Or better still; buy a country home, and write your magnum opus, titled: “How I Made My Millions.”

And live happily ever after . . .

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Aboutrepparttar 129457 Author:

ARTHUR ZULU, The Most Controversial Writer inrepparttar 129458 World, isrepparttar 129459 author ofrepparttar 129460 best – selling book, HOW TO WRITE A BEST-SELLER. Download your copy and FREE excerpt at : For FREE writing helps, mailto :

ARTHUR ZULU, The Most Controversial Writer in the World, is the author of the best – selling book, HOW TO WRITE A BEST-SELLER.

Phases of Instructional Design/Technical Writing

Written by Lisa Spurlin

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Project design phase is followed byrepparttar development phase, in which instructional designers, along with other members ofrepparttar 129434 project team, developrepparttar 129435 content ofrepparttar 129436 course. Instructional designers userepparttar 129437 information gathered and strategies decided inrepparttar 129438 design phase to writerepparttar 129439 course content. Support teams, such as graphic artists and SMEs, helprepparttar 129440 instructional designers duringrepparttar 129441 course development, as and when their help is required.


Inrepparttar 129442 evaluation phase,repparttar 129443 effectiveness ofrepparttar 129444 project output is evaluated. Several mechanisms are used to collectrepparttar 129445 feedback of students who have usedrepparttar 129446 instructional material developed duringrepparttar 129447 project. Some of these mechanisms are exit tests, feedbacks collected byrepparttar 129448 company's marketing staff, and online feedback (in case of CBTs and WBTs). In addition to student feedback, product reviews conducted by various third party organizations help a company evaluaterepparttar 129449 output of its ID project. The feedback received inrepparttar 129450 evaluation phase can be used to identifyrepparttar 129451 flaws inrepparttar 129452 development process and take corrective actions to rectify them.

Another set of activities that belong torepparttar 129453 evaluation phase involvesrepparttar 129454 evaluation of course content duringrepparttar 129455 project design and development phases. These evaluation phase activities include ID and language reviews conducted byrepparttar 129456 reviewers, andrepparttar 129457 technical reviews conducted byrepparttar 129458 SMEs. Additionally, some companies conduct beta reviews of their ID products, inrepparttar 129459 duration betweenrepparttar 129460 completion ofrepparttar 129461 project and its release inrepparttar 129462 market. The feedback received from these reviews helpsrepparttar 129463 development team to improverepparttar 129464 learning effectiveness ofrepparttar 129465 final output.

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