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Online Learning for Union Activists? Findings from a Canadian Study
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Studies in Continuing Education Volume 25, Number 2, ISSN 0158-037X

Abstract

A study's data sources were transcripts of online workshops held by the Canadian Labour Congress, an online survey and interviews with participants, and interaction analysis. Informal learning, particularly through unplanned online discussions, was critical to workshops' success. External resources played a role. Tacit dimensions of communication were part of the learning process. (Contains 52 references.) (SK)

Citation

Sawchuk, P.H. (2003). Online Learning for Union Activists? Findings from a Canadian Study. Studies in Continuing Education, 25(2), 163. Retrieved January 28, 2021 from .

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