International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

The organizational structure and workplace culture of entire companies, as well as the role and skills demanded of their human resources is quickly evolving, which is one of the primary reasons for establishing this journal.
This interdisciplinary journal aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and research results as well as the presentation of practical experiences gained while developing, designing and testing elements of advanced corporate learning.

iJAC is an Open Access Journal. Readers don't have to pay any fee. Only registration is necessary.


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Vol 7, No 3 (2014)

Table of Contents

Guest Editorial

From the ICELW2014 Chair PDF
David Guralnick p. 4

Papers

Co-work Between University Teachers: Is it Possible to Build a Common Language? PDF
Luísa Soares, Dulce Pacheco pp. 5-7
An Exploratory Study into Virtual Learning Environments as Training Platforms in the Workplace. PDF
Janice Mc Nelis pp. 8-11
Evaluating the Impact of Blended Learning on Performance and Engagement of Second Language Learners PDF
Rebecca Y Jee, Gabriele O'Connor pp. 12-16
The Development of Virtual World Tools to Enhance Learning and Real World Decision Making in the Australian Sugar Farming Industry PDF
Neil Cliffe, Joanne Doyle, Helen Farley, Janette Lindesay, Adam Loch, Tek Maraseni, Torben Marcussen, Neil Martin, Shahbaz Mushtaq, Jenny Ostini, Kate Reardon-Smith, Roger Stone pp. 17-23
Maturity in Large Scale Corporate e-Learning PDF
Rosario Cacao pp. 24-28
Digital Media as Support for Technical Vocational Training: Expectations and Research Results of the Use of Web2.0 PDF
Sven Schulte, Tim Richter, Torsten Grantz pp. 29-32
E-learning Readiness and Absorptive Capacity in the Manufacturing Industry PDF
Monika Hattinger, Kristina Eriksson, Lennart Malmsköld, Lars Svensson pp. 33-40
e-REAL: Enhanced Reality Lab PDF
Fernando Salvetti, Barbara Bertagni pp. 41-49
Is e-Learning for me? Experiences of an Intern Program in a Centre for Educational Technology PDF
Cheryl Brown, Kathy Lewis pp. 50-55
The Role of Facilitation in Technology-Enhanced Learning for Public Employment Services PDF
Jenny Bimrose, Alan Brown, Teresa Holocher-Ertl, Barbara Kieslinger, Christine Kunzmann, Michael Prilla, Andreas Schmidt, Carmen Wolf pp. 56-63



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