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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Nov 09, 2017 Volume 10, Number 2

Editors

David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Examining the Effectiveness of Corporate E-Learning in Global Talent Management

    Amy Wong, GlobalNxt University; Karin Sixl-Daniell

    The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of corporate e-learning in the context of talent management on a global scale. It begins with a discussion of the importance of talent... More

    pp. 4-18

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  2. The Essentiality of Sustainability and Variety for Industry Collaborations with University Partners

    Hong Wu, Faculty of Engineering, stfold University College

    The industrial assigned student projects is a good approach for to many engineering colleges. This approach provides students opportunities to research and learn the real world and business tasks. ... More

    pp. 19-29

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  3. A Course Design for Individualized Learning Leveraging Didactic Functions of Mobile Learning Devices

    Sigrid Schefer-Wenzl & Igor Miladinovic, IT and Telecommunication University of Applied Sciences Campus Vienna Vienna, Austria

    Mobile computing and wireless technologies are transforming traditional educational patterns. The use of mobile devices for educational purposes led to what is known as mobile learning. In recent... More

    pp. 30-38

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  4. Studies of E-Learning in Practice

    Manfred Rechberger, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, Austria

    Computer assisted and computer based applications become more and more important in everyday lives. Their implementation in the field of music education seems to become a long-term project. Whereas... More

    pp. 39-46

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  5. An Overview of Competency Management for Learning and Performance Support: A Canadian Perspective

    Irina Kondratova, National Research Council Canada; Helene Fourier & Heather Molyneaux

    Despite the turbulent economy, recent expenditures on workplace learning in North America have increased. Technology-based methods including tools that enable social learning are making significant... More

    pp. 47-62

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  6. Reimagining STEM Education and Training with e-REAL. 3D and Holographic Visualization, Immersive and Interactive Learning for an Effective Flipped Classroom

    Fernando Salvetti, LKN-Logosnet (Switzerland, USA), Italy; Barbara Bertagni, LKN-Logosnet (Switzerland, USA)., Italy

    While the 19th and the 20th centuries were, in education, mainly about standardization, the 21st century is about visualization, interaction, customization, gamification and flipped teaching. What ... More

    pp. 63-74

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  7. Bloody Good! The Impact of eLearning on Medical and Nursing Practice

    David Peterson, Tracey Clark, Richard Sprod, Trudi Verrall, Louise English & Amanda Thomson, BloodSafe eLearning Australia

    Blood transfusion is a commonly-performed medical procedure that improves and saves the lives of patients. However, this procedure also has significant risks, is sometimes used inappropriately and ... More

    pp. 75-87

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  8. Case Study IBT Learning Content Management. The Conception and Production of E-Learning Content Based on MS Word Templates.

    Anja Lipps & Christina Neuhoff, time4you GmbH communication & learning Maximilianstrae 4 76133 Karlsruhe

    This document gives you an overview of the features of the rapid e-learning production tool IBT Learning Content Management which has been awarded with the IELA 2017 in the section Business... More

    pp. 88-95

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  9. Exploring the Future of Development Learning: The Open Learning Campus.

    Sheila Jagannathan, WORLD BANK GROUP

    The Open Learning Campus is changing the landscape for development learning around the world. By incorporating innovative ways of sharing knowledge across development professionals, partners, and... More

    pp. 96-105

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