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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

May 09, 2009 Volume 2, Number 2

Editors

David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Virtual Reality Platforms For Education and Training in Industry

    Eberhard Bluemel, Wilhelm Termath & Tina Haase, Fraunhofer Institute for Factory and Automation, Germany

    Developing, testing and operating complex machinery and repairing it under time pressure if it breaks down are some of the new skills professionals in many occupations have to learn as quickly as... More

    pp. 4-12

  2. The Science of Intelligence for Big, Complex Work

    Pamela Gray, Centre for Research in Complex Systems, Charles Sturt University, Australia; Xenogene Gray, Grays Knowledge Engineering, Australia

    An epistemological 5GL shell, eGanges, offers systemic intelligence for big, complex work. It is designed for construction of e-learning aids in the workplaces of the finite domains of law,... More

    pp. 13-19

  3. Detecting and Preventing Plagiarism in a Foreign Language E-Learning Course

    Sara Orthaber, University of Maribor, Slovenia

    E-learning is becoming an increasingly common if not an essential strategy in academic institutions and the Faculty of Logistics of the University of Maribor, Slovenia is no exception. However,... More

    pp. 20-24

  4. E-Training in Mechatronics for Professionals: Implementation and Experience

    Andreja Rojko & Darko Hercog, University of Maribor, Faculty of electrical engineering and computer science, Slovenia; David Rozman, B2, Slovenia

    Mechatronics is in most of the European countries still the profession in which the need for competent and qualified staff exceeds the number of formally educated professionals. E-training in... More

    pp. 25-33

  5. E-Learning Readiness in Organisations – Case Healthcare

    Jeanne Schreurs, Prof., Belgium; Anouk Gelan, Mrs., Belgium; George Sammour, Mr., Belgium

    e-Learning is a good opportunity for companies to up-skill their employees and to meet the demands of lifelong learning but the implementation of it needs to be well prepared and managed because it... More

    pp. 34-39

  6. Tailoring Technology-Enhanced Learning Arrangements to Individual Needs

    Sonja Trapp, Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering, Germany; Ludger Thomas, Verein Deutscher Zementwerke e.V., Forschungsinstitut der Zementindustrie, Germany; Sabine Möbs, Dublin City University, Ireland

    Efficiency and sustainability of technology-enhanced learning is increasingly guaranteed by target-group and subject-specific arrangements of learning-conducive elements. Self-learning phases are... More

    pp. 40-45