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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Aug 22, 2011 Volume 4, Number 3


David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Correlation between Awareness of Blended Learning Techniques and Participation Rate in E-learning: a Case Study

    Nikolaos Antoniadis & Dimitrios Konetas, TEI of Epirus, Greece

    The use of information and communication technologies both in higher education and in business environments has been dramatically increasing in the past two decades. Blended learning (either... More

    pp. 5-9

  2. World Cup 2014 – Professional Training Program for Brazilian Hotels

    Silvone Assis, Brazilian Hospitality Industry Association – ABIH, Brazil; Gerson Pfitscher & Humberto Abdalla, University of Brasilia, Brazil

    This paper presents an experience of implementing a professional training program for the Brazilian hospitality industry in the 12 cities that will be the headquarters of the World Cup in 2014.... More

    pp. 10-15

  3. Constructing Pedagogical Models For E-learning

    Patricia Behar, UFRGS, Brazil

    This article brings forth an overview of the paradigmatic crisis and the introduction of new pedagogical practices. It also discusses the relationship between paradigm and pedagogical model,... More

    pp. 16-22

  4. Collaborative and Social Learning using Virtual Worlds: Preparing Students for Virtually Anything

    Kai Erenli & Gerhard Ortner, UAS bfi Vienna, Austria

    "Teams, increasingly more than individuals, are charged with the most challenging and mission-critical projects. Leaders need to evaluate and motivate from a distance. And the makeup of teams is... More

    pp. 23-29

  5. E-Learning and School Development - Strengths and Challenges of Capacity Building in School Development Projects

    Line Hansen, University College Nordjylland, Denmark; Anne-Karin Sunnevåg & Anne Kostøl, Hedmark Universtity College, Norway

    Abstract - This paper intends to focus on the strengths and challenges of capacity building in school development projects. The paper is based on practical experiences with three different projects... More

    pp. 30-34

  6. Professional Partnerships: Supporting the Preparation of Pre-Service Teachers Through a Tiered Online Mentoring System

    Barbara Schwartz-Bechet, University of Maryland University College, United States

    The University of Maryland University College’s (UMUC) Department of Education developed a program to increase achievement of secondary school students and increase retention of Master of Arts in... More

    pp. 35-38