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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Nov 12, 2010 Volume 3, Number 4

Editors

David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Impulse Purchasing Behaviors of the Turkish Consumers in Websites as a Dynamic Consumer Model: Technology Products Example

    Bünyamin Atici, Firat University, Turkey; Ugur Bati, Yeditepe University, Turkey

    This paper examines the concept of impulse purchasing behavior online basically. The phenomenon of impulse purchasing has been researched in consumer research as well as for example in psychology... More

    pp. 6-12

  2. Mathematical Modeling of Cooperative E-Learning Performance in Face to Face Tutoring (Ant Colony System Approach)

    Hassan Mustafa, Al-Baha University, Saudi Arabia

    Investigational analysis and evaluation of cooperative learning phenomenon is an interdisciplinary and challenging educational research issue. Educationalists have been interesting in modeling of... More

    pp. 13-20

  3. Online Games for the Next Generation of Workers

    Sofia Mysirlaki & Fotini Paraskeva, University of Piraeus, Greece

    The “Next Generation”, “Net Generation”, “digital natives”, “millennials” or the “Google generation”, are some of the names used to describe the new generation entering to the workforce, growing up... More

    pp. 21-25

  4. Visualization Cockpit: Orchestration of Multiple Visualizations for Knowledge-Exploration

    Kawa Nazemi, Matthias Breyer, Dirk Burkhardt & Dieter Fellner, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research, Germany

    Semantic-Web technologies and ontology-based information processing systems are established techniques, in more than only research areas and institutions. Different worldwide projects and... More

    pp. 26-34

  5. eProject User Experience: The Reality

    John Sandler, Telstra Corporation, Australia

    Corporate eProjects have become fast-paced and increasingly demanding. More often than not, problems and challenges readily surface within technology projects. These can often stem from poor... More

    pp. 35-40

  6. Corporate E-learning Strategy

    Sergey Sitnikov, Boris Kruk, Olga Zhuravleva & Natalia Chupakhina, SibSUTIS, 630102, Kirov str. 86, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation

    Not the least factor, when launching the corporate training, is strategy determination. On the one hand, an educational institution has to follow the market and be able to satisfy the demands of... More

    pp. 41-44

  7. Knowledge Management in Vocational Training - A Case Study of the EU Project RELOAD

    Florian Welter & Thomas Thiele, RWTH Aachen University/Center for Learning and Knowledge Management and Institute of Information Management in Mechanical Engineering, Aachen, Germany; Olivier Pfeiffer, Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin)/Center for Multimedia Education and Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Berlin, Germany; Anja Richert & Sabina Jeschke, RWTH Aachen University/Center for Learning and Knowledge Management and Institute of Information Management in Mechanical Engineering, Aachen, Germany

    The need of diverse businesses to qualify their employees by means of vocational training is in most cases connected with high efforts due to expensive face-to-face courses and downtimes of the... More

    pp. 45-51