Knowledge Management in Vocational Training - A Case Study of the EU Project RELOAD
Florian Welter, Thomas Thiele, RWTH Aachen University/Center for Learning and Knowledge Management and Institute of Information Management in Mechanical Engineering, Aachen, Germany ; Olivier Pfeiffer, Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin)/Center for Multimedia Education and Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Berlin, Germany ; Anja Richert, Sabina Jeschke, RWTH Aachen University/Center for Learning and Knowledge Management and Institute of Information Management in Mechanical Engineering, Aachen, Germany
iJAC Volume 3, Number 4, ISSN 1867-5565 Publisher: Kassel University Press GmbH
The need of diverse businesses to qualify their employees by means of vocational training is in most cases connected with high efforts due to expensive face-to-face courses and downtimes of the employees. Although, the emergence of IT-based knowledge management and e-learning tools led to a broader range of education possibilities during the last years, the fact remained that too many approaches were not user- or learner-centred. Besides, a lot of vocational training approaches did not include modern didactic concepts which foster a self-directed way of learning. Hence a stronger consideration of the interplay of the aspects “human, organisation and technology
Welter, F., Thiele, T., Pfeiffer, O., Richert, A. & Jeschke, S. (2010). Knowledge Management in Vocational Training - A Case Study of the EU Project RELOAD. International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC), 3(4), 45-51. Kassel University Press GmbH. Retrieved March 18, 2019 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/45681/.
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