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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Aug 04, 2009 Volume 2, Number 3


David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Lifelong Learning and Virtual Communities in the Public Administration: A Case Study in Italy

    Luigi Colazzo, University of Trento - Department of Computer and Management Sciences, Italy; Nicola Villa, University of Trento - Laboratory of Maieutics, Italy

    This work introduces our experience in developing L3, a project that aims at developing an educational and collaborative environment oriented towards public employees of our provincial... More

    pp. 5-11

  2. Contextual Mobile Learning Strongly Related to Industrial Activities: Principles and Case Study

    Bertrand David & Chuantao YIN, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France

    M-learning (mobile learning) can take various forms. We are interested in contextualized M-learning, i.e. the training related to the situation physically or logically localized. Contextualization ... More

    pp. 12-20

  3. A Framework for Contextualized Visualization supporting Informal Learning

    Eicke Godehardt, SAP Research, CEC Darmstadt, Germany

    The problem of the information society today is that knowledge workers are overwhelmed by the amount of information they get. This creates the need of a filter: the possibility to find relevant... More

    pp. 21-26

  4. Adaptive Learning Environments: A Requirements Analysis in Business Settings

    Kai Höver, imc information multimedia communication AG, Germany; Christina Steiner, University of Graz, Austria

    The design and development of an adaptive learning system (ALS) should be guided by a thorough analysis of users’ expectations and needs. A requirements analysis has been carried out by means of... More

    pp. 27-33

  5. A Participatory Design Approach for the Support of Collaborative Learning and Knowledge Building in Networked Organizations

    Barbara Kieslinger, Centre for Social Innovation, Austria; Kai Pata, Tallinn University, Estonia; Claudia Fabian, Centre for Social Innovation, Austria

    Engagement in collaborative learning and knowledge building activities is still a big challenge for many workplace-learning designers. Especially in highly competitive environments people might be ... More

    pp. 34-38

  6. Supporting Informal Learning at the Workplace

    Heide Lukosch & Pieter de Vries, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

    In times of rapid technological and socio-economic changes, knowledge sharing and learning have become critical assets for most organizations and companies. New ways of learning and training are... More

    pp. 39-44

  7. TalkShop/2CG(R) – Language Learning on the Debate

    Christina Merl, Christina Merl, self-employed, Austria

    TalkShop/2CG® stands for content- and context-based generic competence coaching and has been developed to prepare individuals and organizations for work and leadership in the knowledge-based... More

    pp. 45-49

  8. A Learner-Centered Design, Implementation, and Evaluation Approach of Learning Environments to Foster Acceptance

    Daniel Mueller & Volker Zimmermann, IMC AG, Germany

    Most organizations don’t focus on what learners really do with their learning environments. Changing the perspective to the learner shows that they enlarge the organizational ones with their own... More

    pp. 50-57

  9. Implementation of E-learning in a Large Organization: The Critical Role of Relevance to Work

    Grete Netteland, Associate Professor, Norway

    The literature on workplace e-learning recommends in general a standardized implementation process, in which the same type of implementation approach is used in all parts of the company. The... More

    pp. 58-65

  10. The Training Process of SMEs: What Motivates SMEs to Use E-Learning

    Andrée Roy, Université de Moncton, Canada

    For centuries, traditional ways of teaching and learning were used around the world. Shifting from these well known traditional ways of teaching and learning to a more modern way – E-Learning – to ... More

    pp. 66-73