Electronic performance support systems and technological literacy

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Electronic performance support systems (EPSS) can provide alternative learning oppor- tunities to supplement traditional classroom or training strategies. Today’s students may benefit from educational settings and strategies that they will use in the future. In using EPSS to nurture the development of technological litera- cy, workers and students can achieve higher level cognition skills while they perform tasks. Although there are unique challenges to the development and use of EPSS, efforts to over- come these challenges are becoming more wide- spread.

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