Category:Learning and Development
Table Of Contents - Special Issue: e‐Learning @ the workplace
Feedback learning transforms social knowledge into individual knowledge. In this process, tension arises because the current knowledge impedes the assimilation of new…
The purpose of this work is twofold. First, the vagueness of e‐learning terminology is explored as a premise that the uncritical use of language reflects uncritical…
First, to explore the application of e‐learning as a medium for workplace learning, as a form of adult learning and organisational learning from a theoretical point of…
To illustrate how the interdependence among four championing factors, five antecedents, and four moderators affect companies' efforts in valuing the adult learner in e‐learning.
To suggest to others in the field an approach equally valid for transforming existing courses into online courses and for creating new online courses.
The paper argues that virtual situated learning environments (VSLE), designed as authentic learning experiences, can provide managers with broader learning opportunities…
Developing design principles for an e‐learning programme for SME managers to support accelerated learning at the workplaceSuzie Moon, David Birchall, Sadie Williams, Charalambos Vrasidas
This paper reports on the development of a workplace‐based e‐learning programme for small and medium enterprise (SME) managers in five European countries. The course is…
This case study identifies factors influencing the implementation of e‐learning within the Australian Army training context.
To investigate how the adult learner is valued in e‐learning corporate settings.
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