Resources > Training Research
When writing my books, I use academic research databases to find and vet research. If you aren't a faculty member at a university, gaining access to these resources is quite expensive. So, I'm especially grateful to The University of Colorado, Denver (where I got my PhD) for offering me access so I can write about how research should impact practice in learning and development. I thank Brent Jessica every day for their support.
What if you don't have this kind of access but are interested in reading the actual research? The good news is that some of the articles I use are available on the web. I'm starting to track worthwhile articles that are openly available and are important to understanding what works in workplace training. I use Google Sheets to track my finds and you can see the embedded list below.
Viewers: Please use the contact form at the bottom of the page if any URLs aren't working. If you know of resources I should add, please let me know.
Resource owners: If you want me to remove your article(s), please contact me (you can use the contact form at the bottom of the page).