||If you can click a mouse, you can learn three wrapping and packing methods for two transportation containers. A must-have for office moving crews.
This computer-based interactive multimedia CD combines text, photos, and audio and video clips for an exciting, individually self-paced learning experience. Start by clicking on the Preparation/Deinstall tab to learn what to do before computers are disconnected so that reconnecting them in the new location will go as smoothly and trouble-free as possible. Then, depending on your chosen transportation container, click on either Commercial Bin or Wooden Cart for three complete wrapping and packing method. Techniques tested and approved by the International Office Moving Institute (IOMI).
Interact with objects on the screen. View sections in any order. Review at any time and as often as necessary.
Minimum Systems Requirements: Pentium II or Celeron multimedia PC with a CD reader and speakers or equivalent, Windows 95 or later.
Run Time: Approx. 45 minutes
||Besides being a mouthful to say, computer-based interactive multimedia training is an exciting new way to learn. If your kids pop an encyclopedia CD into your computer to produce reports for school, you may already be familiar with the concept.
Look up Babe Ruth on that encyclopedia and you're presented with several options; read about his astounding career, look at photos of that famous swat, or view a short video of one of his many slow trots around the bases to the roar of jubient fans in Yankee Stadium. You choose to experience all three -- in any order you want as many times as you like. It's both interesting and and fun.
All kinds of information is now begin packaged on CD-Rom compact disks because of the huge storage capacity and ease of use. The friendly format with lots of room makes it possible to combine text, graphics, video, and sound for the ultimate multimedia learning experience. But what makes it fun is the interaction. Like the rush of power you get from the TV remote, interactive CDs put you in control. No one but you decides when you will click that mouse --or on what button or text link you will click it.
With the release of MOVING COMPUTERS:Three Ways to Safely Move Computers, the International Office Moving Institute (IOMI) delivers solid, economical, and beautifully simple solutions to age-old training problems. For starters, IOMI CDs make it possible to establish company training tailored to each individual. The nagging conflict between training and turnover goes away. New employees have access to the same message as your veterans. Scheduling problems disappear. You set up training based on individual need and timetables. And since CDs are always accessible, it's easy to assign a review for marginal employees or simply encourage a refresher.
For more information about how your company can set up a computer-based interactive multimedia training program, call IOMI at 800-464-8688 or email email@example.com.