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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Nov 10, 2011 Volume 4, Number 4


David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Knowledge Management of E-Government in Jordan

    Tamara Almarabeh, University of Jordan, Jordan

    nowadays, knowledge management is considered an essential part of any organization to prepare and develop its vision for the future. Knowledge management allows better utilization of the... More

    pp. 4-9

  2. Teaching New Technologies and Life-Long Learning Skills: A Sample Approach and Its Evaluation

    Christina Class, German Jordanian University, Jordan

    Christina. B. Class studied Business Informatics at the University of Mannheim, Germany, and made her PhD in the Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory at the Swiss Federal Institute of... More

    pp. 10-19

  3. The New Learning Strategy of the Dutch Vehicle Authority

    J. Schellingerhout, Dutch Vehicle Authority, Netherlands; H. Lukosch & Pieter de Vries, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

    This case study is about the new learning strategy of the Dutch Vehicle Authority, a governmental organization. The aim was to examine this strategy, which focused on blended learning, to review... More

    pp. 20-25

  4. Collective Learning in the Workplace: Important Knowledge Sharing Behaviours

    Allison Littlejohn, Caledonian Academy, Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom; Anoush Margarayn, Caledonian Academy, Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom

    In this paper we identify a set of learning practices adopted by knowledge workers as they learn at work. We examine how key knowledge sharing behaviours: consuming, connecting, creating and... More

    pp. 26-31

  5. Improving Collaborative Learning and Global Project Management in Small and Medium Enterprise

    Frank Habermann & Stefanie Quade, Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany

    Globalization needs Collaboration. In a multi-national setting traditional issues of collaboration are exacerbated because of language and culture. This problem is particularly felt by small and... More

    pp. 32-38

  6. E-learning as a Key for Regional Integration through Countries of MERCOSUR

    Mónica Silvestri, CEFIR/Training, Uruguay

    The Center of training for regional integration (CEFIR, in Spanish) was founded more than 20 years with the firm intention to dedicate efforts on issues of regional integration in the four... More

    pp. 39-42

  7. An Experience Using Performance-Centered Mobile Learning to Enhance Fieldwork Education

    Silviya Stoyanova-Petrova, Plovdiv University, Bulgaria

    Mobile performance support system (mPSS) focuses on helping students to perform an authentic task with minimum support of others, providing them with sufficient information such as expert advice... More

    pp. 43-50

  8. Virtual Education Centre for the Development of Expert Skills and Competencies

    Tatjana Welzer, University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Slovenia; Metka Zori, University of Maribor, Center of E-learning and Lifelong Learning, Slovenia; Anthony Ward, University of York, Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in Enterprise, United Kingdom; Marko Hölbl & Marjan Družovec, University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Slovenia

    The Virtual Education Centre for the development of expert skills and competencies provides intensive vocational courses (e-learning modules), for (primarily) employed learners who have the... More

    pp. 51-54