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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Nov 09, 2008 Volume 1, Number 2


David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Online Business Games in the Insurance Industries – An Attempt to Prepare Attendees for their Later Working Life as Self-employed Workers

    Patrick Blum, inside Business Group, Germany

    In Europe, the basic education for sales personnel in the insurance industries is regulated by law to guarantee a secure customer oriented sales process. This education mainly targets insurance... More

    pp. 4-8

  2. Contextual Mobile Learning for Repairing Industrial Machines: System Architecture and Development Process

    Bertrand David, Chuantao Yin & René Chalon, LIESP lab, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France

    The convergence of mobile communication and wearable computers offers the opportunity to develop mobile learning systems which are able to assist individuals and groups in professional and... More

    pp. 9-14

  3. Re-designing the Traditional University: an Answer to learning-on-demand for employees

    Sebastiaan Jans & Valère Awouters, Limburg Catholic University College, Belgium

    The student is changing at universities and university colleges. Also adult-learners find their way to the universities. Formations for adult-learners have to be more efficient. The biggest cost... More

    pp. 15-16

  4. Practice based design for learning at work

    Johan Lundin, IT-University Gothenburg, Sweden; Lars Svensson, Ulrika Lundh-Snis & Lena Pareto, University West, Sweden

    Designing for learning at work in a manner that embraces the rich situatedness of practice involves a number of challenges in bridging normative and descriptive perspectives, as well as closing the... More

    pp. 17-23

  5. Teaching Inventory Management Simulation Using E-Learning Software: Blackboard, Elluminate Live!, and Jing

    Joel Oberstone, University of San Francisco, United States

    Introducing the nuances of inventory management systems to undergraduate business students can be a daunting task. Beyond the traditional focus of the selection of order quantity and reorder point ... More

    pp. 24-30

  6. E-teaching as a form of creating personal dispositions that increase work efficiency

    M. Czapka & Luis Siguencia, Cardinal August Hlond Upper Silesian College of Pedagogical Education, Poland

    The article deals with E-teaching which is supposed to increase work efficiency. There are presented and illustrated various factors that affect the process. The importance of personal dispositions... More

    pp. 31-35

  7. Focus E-learning on Specific Small Target Groups

    Vivek Ratna, Digital Learning Solutions, United States; Folkert Castelein, Global Learning Institute, Netherlands

    We hear criticism about the education system in several countries. It’s been said that schools and many institutions are experimenting with several old methods of education that are not founded on ... More

    pp. 36-41

  8. Contextual Learning On-demand at the Workplace – Strategy, Model, and Practice

    To be agile in today’s business environment, every knowledge-intensive organization faces the challenge of supporting the non-classroom, non-instructional type of learning on-demand, inseparably... More

    pp. 42-49