About the Book Building Expertise is for instructional designers, course developers, and technical communicators interested in using research-based psychological theory to build effective training materials. Clark summarizes cognitive theories concerning working memory, long-term memory and attention and then describes instructional methods to deal with the limits of each. With updated research and many new examples, this new edition of Building Expertise provides trainers with evidence-based guidelines to help them accelerate genuine expertise in their organizations. Key sections address: How experts and novices are different. Eight instructional principles that accelerate expertise. Four instructional architectures to serve as design templates. The latest research on how to develop learning that is both motivational and instructionally sound. Key revisions include: Completely updated review of relevant research from cognitive and instructional design fields. Updated practical guidelines for problem-centered instruction, motivation, transfer, and other key sections. Many new examples of Building Expertise in action. New sections on delivery ramifications of new technologies.