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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Oct 08, 2015 Volume 8, Number 3


David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Should Organisations Compete or Collaborate when Absorbing New External Knowledge?

    Muhammad Rafique, National University of Science and Technology, H-12 Islamabad.; Richard Evans, University of Westminster; Muhammad Nawaz, National University of Science and Technology, H-12 Islamabad.; Mujtaba Agha, Muhammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad.

    Organisations possessing significant resources (Resource Based View) or knowledge, as their significant capability (Dynamic Capability View), are often unaware of their own ability to acquire new... More

    pp. 4-10

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  2. E-Learning Degree Programs – A Better Way to Balance Work and Education?

    Claudia Moessenlechner, Management Center Innsbruck Univeristaetsstrasse 15 6020 Innsbruck; Regina Obexer, Karin Sixl-Daniell & Juergen-Matthias Seeler, Management Center Innsbruck Universitaetsstrasse 15 6020 Innsbruck

    In the year 2011, in the USA alone, over seven million students were taking at least one online course in the tertiary educational sector. ICT-supported degree programs allow students to work on a ... More

    pp. 11-16

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  3. Integrative Knowledge Management in Interdisciplinary Research Clusters

    Claudia Joo, Thomas Thiele, Ren Vossen, Anja Richert & Sabina Jeschke

    Interdisciplinary Research (IDR) is described as a specific mode of collaboration: Besides the clash of different institutional cultures (e.g. different expectations/working processes), there is a ... More

    pp. 17-22

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  4. Tobias in the Zoo – A Serious Game for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Vtor Carvalho, IPCA-EST, Portugal & Algoritmi Research Centre -Minho University, Portugal; Jorge Brando, Pedro Cunha, Jos Vasconcelos & Filomena Soares, Algoritmi Research Centre -Minho University, Portugal

    Nowadays ubiquitous technology can be a suitable way to motivate and engage children in interactive learning activities in order to promote their cognitive and social skills. Technologies, like... More

    pp. 23-29

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  5. Knowledge Management Platform for Online Training

    Ramona Oros & Andreas Pester, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences; Caterina Berbenni-Rehm, PROMIS@Serv S..r.l.

    In our rapidly changing world where technology is continuingly being updated and altered, the learning process should (must) be continual as well. To ensure the highest quality of work performance,... More

    pp. 30-33

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  6. An e-REAL Lab in Dubai. Immersive Experiences, Visual Communication and Augmented Reality

    Fernando Salvetti, LKN-Logos Knowledge Network; Barbara Bertagni, LKN - Logos Knowledge Network

    e-REAL is an enhanced reality lab by LKN and is at the forefront by design for learners’ centricity. It is becoming a cornerstone as a suite of solutions based on immersive experiences, visual... More

    pp. 34-41

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  7. Design Patterns for Visualization of User Activities in a Synchronous Shared Workspace

    Stefan Nilsson, University West

    Scholars in fields such as Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) have extensively covered the general theme of distributed collaboration in the past few decades. Recent advances in web... More

    pp. 42-46

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  8. Mobile Collection and Dissemination of Seniors’ Skills

    Anne-Dominique Salamin & Leyun Xia, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (HES-SO)

    By 2050, the 60+ population will have reached 2 billion—this will be the first time in history when people aged over 60 will outnumber children aged 14 and under. The Mocodis project focused on... More

    pp. 47-49

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  9. Work Process Based Learning and Serious Games – Didactical Concepts and Objectives for Competency Development

    Georg Spttl & Sven Schulte, Institute of Technology and Education, University of Bremen

    Work processes represent an important contentual basis for competency development within contemporary further training approaches in Germany and worldwide. This article underpins this and shows the... More

    pp. 50-53

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