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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC)

Jun 19, 2011 Volume 4, Number 2


David Guralnick

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Fostering Learner Mobility Between Engineering Education and a Twenty First Century Workplace

    Akram Abu-aisheh & Lynroy Grant, University of Hartford, United States

    Engineering education today is undergoing unprecedented array of challenges, especially in the teaching and learning process. Among other challenges in this area students now require multiple... More

    pp. 4-8

  2. A Survey of E-learning Implementation Best Practices in Jordanian Government Universities

    Haroon Altarawneh, Arab International University(AIU), Syrian Arab Republic

    With the facility to connect people and information around the world, the Internet is before now having a major impact on the traditional education. Currently, students can easily access the online... More

    pp. 9-17

  3. Evaluation of Online Health and Wellness Resources for Healthcare Professionals

    Colla Macdonald, D Archibald, H Kellam & R Sun, University of Ottawa, Canada; E Stodel, Learning 4 Excellence, Ottawa, Canada; D Puddester, University of Ottawa, Canada

    Two online resources, and, were developed to help physicians and other healthcare professionals improve their health and well-being by providing them with ... More

    pp. 18-23

  4. Collaborative Work and Interactions in a Closed Discussion Forums. Case of the Tunisian Engineering Students

    Jelmam Yassine, National Engineering School of Tunis, Tunisia

    E-Learning uses unconventional and new pedagogies that emanate from its own structure. Structure where teachers and students are not grouped in a classroom and where the virtual "replace" the real.... More

    pp. 24-28