Web 2.0 in Corporate Training: New Possibilities for Implementing e-learning within Organisations
Keywords:Corporate training, educational innovation, e-learning 2.0, informal learning
Web 2.0 tools offer both corporate training and online education in general the possibility of developing and applying new educational approaches. Its eminently social and participative orientation favors networking and aids the establishment of informal teaching-learning processes. This way of working and of learning can be channeled in organizations through 2.0 corporate training systems. In this paper, we set out a participative intervention method geared towards each organization defining, developing and applying its own model, while at the same time acquiring the necessary skills to consolidate it and allow it to evolve.
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