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Journal of European Industrial Training

2004 Volume 28, Number 5

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Number of articles: 5

  1. The Use of Information Technology in Training Human Resources: An E-Learning Case Study

    Jose L. Gasco, Juan Llopis & M Reyes Gonzalez

    This paper addresses the influence of information technology in human resources management (HRM) and specifically on training policy through the experience of a Spanish telecommunications firm, ... More

    pp. 370-382

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  2. A Quantitative Study of Factors Affecting Learner Acceptance of a Computer-Based Training Support Tool

    G Dale Wagner & Daniele D. Flannery

    This study identifies and empirically tests factors that may influence learners' use of a computer-based training support system (TSS). The areas of research and theory were drawn from human... More

    pp. 383-399

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  3. University Continuing Education: The Role of Communications and Information Technology

    Michael Osborne & Iddo Oberski

    Continuing policy initiatives at both National and European levels emphasise the need to increase participation in higher education (HE) through more flexible delivery. One of the key elements of... More

    pp. 414-428

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  4. Online Learning: Cross-Cultural Development in Time Poor Environments

    Heather Cameron & Jacqui Limberger

    Faced with a unique problem of providing cross-cultural awareness training on a continuing basis, Griffith University, located in Brisbane, Queensland developed an innovative program to meet the... More

    pp. 429-439

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  5. E-Learning for SMEs: Competition and Dimensions of Perceived Value

    Ian Roffe

    E-learning is such an attractive opportunity for training providers to reconfigure delivery and support that it presents compelling reasons to engage with the practice. A broad range of provision... More

    pp. 440-455

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