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Journal of European Industrial Training

2010 Volume 34, Number 8

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Making a Virtue out of a Necessity: Part Time Work as a Site for Undergraduate Work-Based Learning

    Sue Shaw & Chrissy Ogilvie

    Purpose: This paper seeks to challenge the view that student part time employment detracts from academic attainment and presents evidence that when linked to formal undergraduate study provides... More

    pp. 805-821

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  2. Modern Learning Methods for HRD: The Clinical Legal Education (CLE) Approach[C]

    Danielle Wootton & Barras Kenneth Stone

    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore how professional skills training in making ethical decisions for redundancy selection, can be utilised though interactive role play, in a virtual... More

    pp. 839-851

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  3. Utilising a Virtual World to Teach Performance Appraisal: An Exploratory Study

    Shona Morse

    Purpose: The aim of this paper is to give a critical assessment of a study designed to investigate the potential of a new method for teaching HRD students about performance appraisal. It is argued ... More

    pp. 852-868

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  4. The Online Oxymoron: Teaching HRD through an Impersonal Medium

    Jamie Callahan

    Purpose: This paper aims to present an alternative and critical view of online learning for and by HRD professionals. Design/methodology/approach: This paper is positioned as a conceptual... More

    pp. 869-874

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