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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Aug 29, 2018 Volume 11, Number 1


David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Foreword from the Editor

    David Guralnick, Kaleidoscope Learning and Columbia University, New York

    p. 4

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  2. The Bank of Georgia Learning Hub

    Tina Balavadze & Tatia Zhgenti

    The purpose of this project is to offer Bank of Georgia employees a unique ecosystem of resources, inspiration and collaboration, as well as opportunities to increase the positive impact of work.... More

    pp. 5-9

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  3. Co-construction of Knowledge in Work-Integrated E-learning Courses in Joint Industry-University Collaboration

    Monika Hattinger & Kristina Eriksson, University West

    Blended e-learning in higher education targeting company knowledge needs, can support continuous competence development for practitioners in the manufacturing industry. However, university... More

    pp. 10-16

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  4. Barriers to using E Learning in an Advanced Way

    Annika Jokiaho, Birgit May, Marcus Specht & Slavi Stoyanov

    E\u2011Learning has become a common way to teach and learn. The number of technologies for a variety of educational purposes is already quite high and constantly rising. Scientific experiments and ... More

    pp. 17-22

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  5. Working in Increasing Isolation? How an International MOOC for Career Professionals Supports Peer Learning across Distance

    Barbara Kieslinger, Juliet Tschank, Teresa Schaefer & Claudia Fabian, Centre for Social Innovation

    In this contribution we provide an assessment of an international MOOC that was designed specifically for professionals in employment services and career guidance. The six-week course was... More

    pp. 23-30

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  6. Teaching Technology Usage in the ENT Medical Subdomain via a Flipped Classroom Approach

    Walter Koch, Steinbeis Transfer Center for Information Management, Medical and Cultural Heritage Informatics; Jochen Schachenreiter, Medical Practice Schachenreiter; Klaus Vogt, University of Latvia, Center of Experimental Medicine; Gerda Koch, AIT Angewandte Informationstechnik Forschungsgesellschft mbH; Wolfgang Gderle, Karl-Franzens-University Graz

    The flipped classroom approach is supporting a continuous interaction of students and instructors via online communication and strengthens the ability to solve problems by self-organization. This... More

    pp. 31-35

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  7. Distance Learning in the Musical Field in Romania through European-Funded Projects

    Nelida Nedelcu\u021b, Academy of Music \u201eGheorghe Dima\u201d Cluj-Napoca; Ciprian Pop, Academy of Music \u201eGheorghe Dima\u201d - Cluj-Napoca, Romania; Amalia Nedelcu\u021b, Academy of Music \u201eGheorghe Dima\u201d - Departament of Distance Learning

    The organization of Romanian distance learning in music has been supported in terms of research, collaboration and financing by European projects, with the following achievements: training of... More

    pp. 36-43

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  8. HoloLens, Augmented Reality and Teamwork: Merging Virtual and Real Workplaces

    Fernando Salvetti, Logosnet (Italy, USA), Switzerland; Barbara Bertagni, Pierluigi Ingrassia & Gabriele Prattic

    Two projects are introduced: a cooperative game aimed at fostering behavioral, cognitive and meta-cognitive skills within organizations (Holo-Transportation), and a technical procedure aimed at... More

    pp. 44-47

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  9. Teaching Software Engineering with Gamification Elements

    Sigrid Schefer-Wenzl & Igor Miladinovic, University of Applied Sciences Campus Vienna

    Students of software engineering courses in higher education often experience a lack of motivation, partly caused by traditional teaching methods. In our study program we introduced a novel blended... More

    pp. 48-51

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