Developing and testing digital instruction since 1990. . .

ProcessPreservation, is a combination of technologies designed to capture critical skills in danger being lost for archiving, training, or remote distribution. Backed by more than 50 publications, our theoretical foundation is sound; our technologies are proven, and the quality of our experience in digital instruction is unsurpassed.

We are not interested in selling you canned software or hardware solutions. Instead, We offer a comprehensive understanding of the problems inherent in instruction, and we offer inexpensive and practical solutions based on your specific needs.

 


ProcessPreservation is a partner of Interactive Media Research Laboratory (IMRL), an R&D lab in the Technical and Professional Communication Program at Utah State University.

For more information about the
power of ProcessPreservation Technology
Contact Dr. David Hailey at (435) 797-2741
or at dhailey@english.usu.edu

IMRL owns all creative rights. ProcessPreservation and MonsterMedia Technologies are protected by international copyright and/or trademark laws.

What is ProcessPreservation? | Why preserve processes? | What can we contribute?

 

 

Process Preservation is the most effective resource for capturing and archiving critical skills.In short, we reduce the high cost of employee turnover with accompanying loss of skills.

Processpreservation is the most effective resourde for capturing and archiving critical skills. Home of MonsterMedia Technologies -- capturing and preserving critical skills
for training , archiving, and remote distribution
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New interface designed for courses scheduled for distribution in Singapore. Demonstration of the process of pre-adjusting valves for 383 engine. DHTML-based Thermo class with Flash animation. EPA project designed to explain water quality testing. Done in 1997, this project  was our first successful full-length ProcessPreservation project. Completely Internet-based Thermodynamics course. 80 hour parachute installation process at Sandia National Labs -- the second of two such projects. This was a test sponsored by US West into the viability of digital instruction.  This first course was produced for CD-ROM distribution. This project was used to demonstrate safety and production techniques. Sample specification hypermodule. This second project was designed to test the viability of HTML-based instruction. This project connects to a variety of different instructional materials. Done in 1991, this is the first process preservation research project. This critical study of Ken Kesey was created and tested in 1991. Image was drawn in Microsoft Paint. Our first digital journal, produced in DOS and served through a bulletin board in 1990.
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