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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Jun 02, 2015 Volume 8, Number 2


David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. The Construction of Personal Learning Networks to Support Non-Formal Workplace Learning of Training Professionals

    Christin Manning, Lesley University University of Massachusetts - Boston Brandeis Universtity

    Workers in the 21st century workplace are faced with rapid and constant developments that place a heavy demand on them to continually learn beyond what the Human Resources and Training groups can... More

    pp. 4-12

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  2. Staff and Students Views on Industry-University Collaboration in Engineering

    Sivachandran Chandraseakaran, Deakin University; Guy Littlefair & Alex Stojcevski

    The university-learning environment in engineering is not sufficient for students to become engineers. The practical role of engineering is working on real world problems in an industry environment... More

    pp. 13-19

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  3. Integrating Social Knowledge and Collaboration Tools into Dispersed Product Development

    Richard Evans & James Gao, University of Greenwich; Nick Martin & Clive Simmonds, BAE Systems

    Employee collaboration and knowledge sharing is vital for manufacturing organisations wishing to be successful in an ever-changing global market place; Product Development (PD) teams, in particular... More

    pp. 20-27

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  4. Engineering Education in an Industrial Context

    Thomas Hagenreiner, BMW AG; Grazia Engelmann, Technische Universitt Dresden; Peter Khler, Universitt Duisburg-Essen

    Learning is a lifelong process, which may not end at the transition from school to work. To exploit modern software systems used in design engineering, in order to increase efficiency and stay... More

    pp. 28-36

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  5. Teaching Staff’s and Students’ Initial Perceptions and Satisfaction With Teaching and Learning via the Blackboard LMS

    Norah Al-Malki & Abdul AbdulKarim, King Abdulaziz University; Fouad Shoie Alallah, King Abdulaziz university

    The aim of this paper is to demonstrate the degree of teaching staff’s and Students’ satisfaction with the teaching and learning experience via the Blackboard ™ Learning Management System (LMS),... More

    pp. 37-40

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  6. Motivating Course Completion in Executive Development

    David Foster, ExecOnline

    An innovative online approach to executive development is described. The approach utilizes asynchronous and synchronous elements, required submission of assignments, and other features resembling... More

    pp. 41-43

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  7. A Socratic E-Learning Approach

    Mikael Snaprud, Tingtun AS, UIA, Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Agder,e-learning, questions; Gerd Helmikstl, Faculty of Education at the University of Agder

    Using questions to elaborate knowledge, is widely used in learning today. In this position paper we argue that there are new benefits to reap from using ICT in a learning process based on the... More

    pp. 44-46

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  8. Keep It Simple: Challenges, Solutions, and Best Practices for Global eLearning Initiatives

    Kristen Giovanis, KJ International Resources - Chief Executive Officer

    Creating effective global eLearning initiatives requires strategic planning and process development to avoid mistakes that can turn off global learners. In order to successfully implement a global ... More

    pp. 47-49

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