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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Mar 09, 2015 Volume 8, Number 1


David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. The Use of Information and Communication Technologies in Organizational Learning Practices: A Research Study in an Innovation-oriented Portuguese Organization

    Sara Petiz & Fernando Ramos, University of Aveiro; Pedro Roseiro, I-Zone Knowledge Systems

    This study aims at understanding the use of ICT core Learning and Innovation (L&I) practices and their impact in the firm capability. The analysis of organizational learning capability proposals... More

    pp. 4-11

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  2. Skill-based Medical English Teaching in a Corporate Environment

    Jafar Arani, Faculty Member of Kashan University of Medical Sciences

    Background: Medical English has been enjoying a good deal of popularity among doctors and medical students having an extraordinary effect on their competencies .This article proposes the use of a... More

    pp. 12-15

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  3. Tap it again, Sam: Harmonizing Personal Environments towards Lifelong Learning

    Bernardo Tabuenca, Marco Kalz & Marcus Specht, Open University of The Netherlands

    The increasing number of mobile vendors releasing NFC-enabled devices to the market and their prominent adoption has moved this technology from a niche product to a product with a large market... More

    pp. 16-23

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  4. Cloud-Based Content Synchronization Method for Collaborative Learning Environment

    Geunsik Lim, Donghwa Lee & Sang-bum Suh, Samsung Electronics

    Existing online education has moved from desktop environments to mobile environments due to the proliferation of smart devices. Online educational systems running on smart devices have the... More

    pp. 24-30

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  5. Corporate Learning in Times of Digital Transformation: A Conceptual Framework and Service Portfolio for the Learning Function in Banking Organisations

    Daniela Schuchmann & Sabine Seufert, University of St.Gallen Dufourstrasse 40a 9000 St.Gallen Switzerland

    Digital transformation is one of the major challenges in all industries. It embraces the realignment of technology and new business models to more effectively engage digital customers at every... More

    pp. 31-39

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  6. Self-Paced E-Training in E-Learning for University Teaching Staff

    Norah Al-Malki, Miada Almasre, Abdullah Al-Malki & Rania Al-Harbi, King Abdulaziz University

    The shift towards adopting e-training methods and practices in the workplace to equip staff with soft and hard skills have become an essential component of training in many Higher Education... More

    pp. 40-43

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  7. Realization of a Platform-Independent Web-Application for Engineering Education

    Henning Siemund, Michael Kracht & Holger Goebel, Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg

    In this paper an approach to realizing a web-based and interactive learning environment for engineering education is presented which is runnable on conventional desktop computers as well as on... More

    pp. 45-47

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  8. Resisting Organizational Change

    Gunnar Andersson, stfold University College Hgskolen i stfold Postboks 700 1757 Halden

    We are continuously reminded of how change induces controversy and resistance, regardless of support. We repeatedly experience resistance in difficulties of implementation, little progress, and... More

    pp. 48-51

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  9. A Case Study in Corporate E-Learning

    Amy Wong, GlobalNxt University, Kuala Lumpur; Karin Sixl-Daniell, MCI University of Applied Sciences, Innsbruck

    This case study introduces a corporate e-learning initiative in an India-based multinational company in the IT sector. The company provides consulting, enterprise, and telecom solutions across... More

    pp. 52-53

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