Contextual Learning On-demand at the Workplace â?? Strategy, Model, and Practice (doi: 10.3991/ijac.v1i2.565)
Keywords:Contextualization & collaboration, contextual workplace learning on-demand, metadata tagging, IBM Lotus Notes, knowledge management.
To be agile in todayâ??s business environment, every knowledge-intensive organization faces the challenge of supporting the non-classroom, non-instructional type of learning on-demand, inseparably interwoven with daily job tasks. The next stage of e-learning development at the workplace - Workplace Learning On-demand (WLOD) - is a steady evolution with respect to the increasing demands on just-in-context and just-in-time knowledge and skill update.
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