E-Training Practices for Professional Organizations
Paul Nicholson, J. Barrie Thompson, Mikko Ruohonen, Jari Multisilta
Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 18, 2004 - Education - 342 pages
"E-Training Practices for Professional Organizations" is an essential reference for anyone interested in the integration of e-business, e-work and e-learning processes. The book collects, for the first time, the proceedings from the 2003 IFIP eTrain Conference held in Pori, Finland.
The text serves as a multi-disciplinary resource for information on the research, development and applications of all topics related to e-Learning. The first half of the book discusses theories, paradigms and their applications in academia and industry. The last half of the book examines learning environments, design issues and collaboration among the corporate, governmental and academic sectors.
With academic and professional contributors, "E-Training Practices for Professional Organizations" reflects the multi-faceted and exciting nature of e-training studies. This volume presents the balanced view of past developments and current research necessary to truly reach the potential of this burgeoning field.
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