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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Feb 13, 2013 Volume 6, Number 1


David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. SWOT Analysis of King Abdullah II School for Information Technology at University of Jordan According to Quality Assurance Procedures

    Nabeel M. M. Alassaf, Lubna Eddeen, Ansar Khoury, Osama Harfoushi & Itaf Abushanab, University of Jordan, Jordan

    Many books and research papers have defined and referred to the term SWOT Analysis. SWOT Analysis can be defines as "strategic planning method used to evaluate the Strengths, Weaknesses,... More

    pp. 4-10

  2. E-Learning as an Important Component in “Blended Learning” in School Development Projects in Norway

    Ann Aasen, Centre of the Study of Educational Practice (SePU) by Hedmark University College, Norway

    E-learning is an important component in “blended learning” in all of SePU`s projects and is used for additional education and development of competences. Blended learning is defined as learning... More

    pp. 11-15

  3. Towards E-CASE Tools for Software Engineering

    Nabil Arman, Palestine Polytechnic University, Palestinian Territory, Occupied

    CASE tools are having an important role in all phases of software systems development and engineering. This is evident in the huge benefits obtained from using these tools including their cost... More

    pp. 16-19

  4. How to Manage the Inclusion of E-Learning in Learning Strategy: Insights from a Turkish Banking Institution

    Ayse Kok, Bogazici University Istanbul, Turkey

    The purpose of this research paper is to demonstrate how a banking institution in Turkey is managing the inclusion of e-learning in its learning strategy. The case study demonstrates that the... More

    pp. 20-27

  5. “Computer Engineering Online” using the novel eLearning 3.0 platform Wiki-Learnia

    Ingolf Waßmann & Djamshid Tavangarian, University of Rostock, Faculty of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Rostock, Germany

    To counter the growing lack of experts in the IT sector, and to give at the same time a possibility for lifelong learning, a consortium of north German universities has initiated the project ... More

    pp. 28-41

  6. Social Media to Foster Self-organized Participatory Learning for Disengaged Learners

    Thieme Hennis & Pieter de Vries, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

    The reAct project described in this paper is an innovative learning approach developed and used to re-motivate the disengaged from education and learning to connect to lifelong learning practices. ... More

    pp. 36-41