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Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects

Feb 17, 2018 Volume 14, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Work-Based Learning and Research for Mid-Career Professionals: Professional Studies in Australia

    Lee Fergusson, Timothy Allred & Troy Dux

    Aim/Purpose: Work-based learning has been identified in the literature, and is established in academia and in the global worlds of work; however, an examination of work-based research, particularly... More

    pp. 1-17

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  2. Work-Based Learning and Research for Mid-Career Professionals: Two Project Examples from Australia

    Lee Fergusson, Timothy Allred, Troy Dux & Hugo Muianga

    Aim/Purpose: Most research on work-based learning and research relates to theory, including perspectives, principles and curricula, but few studies provide contemporary examples of work-based... More

    pp. 19-40

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  3. An Examination of Gen Z Learners Attending a Minority University

    Nicole Buzzetto-Hollywood & Ayodele Alade

    Aim/Purpose: This paper presents the preliminary findings of a pilot survey that sought to examine the technology uses, backgrounds, needs, interests, career goals, and professional expectations of... More

    pp. 41-53

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  4. South Africa’s Quest for Smart Cities: Privacy Concerns of Digital Natives of Cape Town, South Africa

    Maureen Tanner & Valerie Tshiani

    Contribution: This study contributes to scientific literature by detailing the impact of specific factors on the privacy concerns of citizens living in an African city Findings: The findings reveal... More

    pp. 55-76

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  5. Addressing Information Literacy and the Digital Divide in Higher Education

    Nicole Buzzetto-Hollywood, Muna Elobaid, Magdi Elobeid & Hwei wang

    Aim/Purpose: The digital divide and educational inequalities remain a significant societal problem in the United States, and elsewhere, impacting low income, first-generation, and minority learners... More

    pp. 77-93

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