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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Dec 30, 2015 Volume 8, Number 4

Editors

David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Examining Students’ Perceptions of E-Learning in a Women-Only Environment

    Karin Sixl-Daniell & Amy Wong

    In terms of achieving growth and profitability, women play an important role in public and private organizations. Despite the increase of women in the workforce, they continue to be... More

    pp. 4-7

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  2. MOVE YOUR AVATAR! Improvisational Theatre Methods in Virtual Teams

    Stefanie Quade, Berlin School of Economics and Law

    The importance of a process for a successful start of a new project team is common in business management. Warming up and cooling down exercises are already well accepted methods to activate... More

    pp. 8-13

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  3. Preparing for Industry 4.0 – Testing Collaborative Virtual Learning Environments with Students and Professional Trainers

    Katharina Schuster, Lana Plumanns, Kerstin Gro, Rene Vossen, Anja Richert & Sabina Jeschke, IMA/ZLW & IfU of RWTH Aachen University, Germany

    In consideration of future employment domains, engineering students should be prepared to meet the demands of society 4.0 and industry 4.0 – resulting from a fourth industrial revolution. Based on ... More

    pp. 14-20

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  4. ColScript a New Scripting Language for Collaborative Learning

    Aiman Turani

    The collaboration script is defined as a formal way of describing the flow of activities within a collaborative learning session. Using collaboration script would encourage the production of... More

    pp. 21-26

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  5. M-learning Devices and their Impact on Postgraduate Researchers Scope for Improved Integration in the Research Community

    Emerson Jackson, Chartered Institute of Foresters

    M-Learning is a widely topical concept in the 21st century, where people no longer need to worry about having to sit in a static location to explore new knowledge. This study have sought to explore... More

    pp. 27-31

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  6. Effects on students of working in industry

    Aaron Blicblau, Tracey Nelson & Kourosh Dini, Swinburne University of Technology

    This study investigated the impact of two arrangements of work experiences; short term (over 12 weeks, STIE) and long- term (over 52 weeks, LTIE) on both final academic grades and capstone project ... More

    pp. 32-35

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  7. Federated Governance: A successful model for e-learning

    Michele Wood, Alison Russell & Trudi Verrall, Women's and Children's Health Network, South Australian Health; Amanda Thomson, Senior Transfusion Specialist, Australian Red Cross Blood Service; Louise English, Women's and Children's Health Network, South Australian Health; Ariana Mancarella, South Australian Department of Health and Ageing, SA Health; Tracey Clark, Women's and Children's Health Network, South Australian Health

    An innovative and sustainable approach to clinical e-learning is described. The approach is based on a national federation to provide funding, clinical and educational expertise, IT solutions and... More

    pp. 36-38

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  8. Facilitating Online Continuing Professional Development Opportunities in Technology-Enhanced Learning: the TELTA approach

    Pauline Rooney, Dublin Institute of Technology

    Information and communication technologies are fundamentally changing the way we live our lives. However, despite these huge societal changes, it is widely recognised that the potential of ICTs for... More

    pp. 39-42

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