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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Nov 19, 2012 Volume 5, Number 4

Editors

David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. E-learning use patterns in the workplace – Web logs from interaction with a web based lecture

    Christian Ostlund, University West, Sweden

    When designing for e-learning the objective is to design for learning i.e. the technology supporting the learning activity should aid and support the learning process and be an arena where learning... More

    pp. 4-8

  2. A Human Resource Development Program for Information Technology Engineers using Project-Based Learning

    Minoru Nakayama, CRADLE, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; Manabu Fueki, Computer College Niigata, Japan; Shinji Seki, Computer College Hokkaido, Japan; Toshikazu Uehara & Kenji Matsumoto, Software Consultant Corpration, Japan

    This paper reports the case of an educational practice and evaluation of team learning using project-based learning to develop Information Technology engineers. This program aims to develop the... More

    pp. 9-15

  3. A Model for Teaching, Assessment and Learning in Engineering Education for Working Adults

    Kin Lim, Senior Lecturer / Research Fellow, School of Science & Technology, SIM University, Singapore; Stephen Low, Senior Lecturer, School of Science & Technology, SIM University, Singapore; Samir Attallah, Vice Dean, School of Science & Technology, SIM University, Singapore; Philip Cheang, Dean, School of Science & Technology, SIM University, Singapore; Emet LaBoone, Food and Drug Administration, United States

    This paper examines the engineering education programs provided by SIM University (UniSIM) especially in the teaching, assessment, and learning for working adults. In terms of engineering education... More

    pp. 16-21

  4. Domain Ontology, an Instrument of Semantic Web Knowledge Management in e-Learning

    Anatoly Gladun, International Research and Training Centre of Information Technologies and Systems, Ukraine; Julia Rogushina, Institute of Software Systems, National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine; Jeanne Schreurs, Hasselt University, Belgium

    Domain ontology is proposed as an instrument for controlling of e-learning course results. This approach instead of traditional testing more objectively reflects the structure of students’... More

    pp. 22-31

  5. High Performance Work Systems as an Enabling Structure for Self-organized Learning Processes

    Thomas Wallner & Martin Menrad, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria

    High Performance Work Systems (HPWSs) as a new way of organizing work in general and of production work in particular provide an environment, where self-organized learning processes are enabled and... More

    pp. 32-37

  6. Can Course Design in an Online MAT Program Promote Personalized Learning through e-Teaching and e-Learning Practices?

    Barbara Schwartz-Bechet, UMUC, United States

    The current study sought to determine if the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program design promoted personalized learning in the LMS platform, Webtycho. Personalized learning provides a medium to... More

    pp. 38-41

  7. E-Learning in Kazakhstan: Stages of Formation and Prospects for Development

    Daniyar Sapargaliyev, Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan

    Today Kazakhstan is a country with a very high level of literacy. The living standards and economy in the country are growing very rapidly. But the emergence of e-Learning was held stable and... More

    pp. 42-45