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British Journal of Educational Technology

Nov 16, 2014 Volume 45, Number 6


Carina Girvan; Sara Hennessy; Manolis Mavrikis; Sara Price; Niall Winters

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 12

  1. TEL@work: Toward integration of theory and practice

    Päivi Tynjälä, Päivi Häkkinen & Raija Hämäläinen

    This paper examines technology-enhanced learning at work in the context of the integrative pedagogy model. The basic idea behind this model is to create learning environments whereby the four basic... More

    pp. 990-1000

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  2. Irish SMEs and e-learning implementation: The strategic innovative approach

    Sinead Mellett & Emma O'Brien

    Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Ireland are finding it increasingly difficult to keep up to date with technological, environmental and market changes; this, coupled with the expanding EU and... More

    pp. 1001-1013

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  3. A critical evaluation of the contribution of trust to effective Technology Enhanced Learning in the workplace: A literature review

    Heather Short

    This paper offers a critical review of the literature that explores the building and development of trust in workplace learning, particularly in a virtual context and its implications for... More

    pp. 1014-1022

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  4. Organisational learning as an emerging process: The generative role of digital tools in informal learning practices

    Stefano Za, Paolo Spagnoletti & Andrea North‐Samardzic

    Increasing attention is paid to organisational learning, with the success of contemporary organisations strongly contingent on their ability to learn and grow. Importantly, informal learning is... More

    pp. 1023-1035

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  5. Scaling informal learning at the workplace: A model and four designs from a large-scale design-based research effort

    Tobias Ley, John Cook, Sebastian Dennerlein, Milos Kravcik, Christine Kunzmann, Kai Pata, Jukka Purma, John Sandars, Patricia Santos, Andreas Schmidt, Mohammad Al‐Smadi & Christoph Trattner

    Workplace learning happens in the process and context of work, is multi-episodic, often informal, problem based and takes place on a just-in-time basis. While this is a very effective means of... More

    pp. 1036-1048

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  6. Mobile Web 2.0 in the workplace: A case study of employees' informal learning

    Jia Gu, Daniel Churchill & Jie Lu

    Employees' informal learning in the workplace warrants more attention, and such learning could benefit from the latest mobile technologies such as Web 2.0 applications, which have increasingly been... More

    pp. 1049-1059

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  7. E-learning in multicultural environments: An analysis of online flight attendant training

    Jose Felix Brito Neto de, MaryJo Smith & David Pedersen

    Throughout the first decade of this century, financial challenges in the airline industry compelled airlines to maximize competitive advantage through a focus on human resource management.... More

    pp. 1060-1068

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  8. Designing computer-supported collaborative learning at work for rural IT workers: Learning ensembles and geographic isolation

    Sean P. Goggins

    This paper presents the results of a 9-month ethnographic and action research study of rural technology workers where computer support for collaborative learning through workplace technologies was ... More

    pp. 1069-1081

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  9. Smart learning adoption in employees and HRD managers

    Junghwan Lee, Hangjung Zo & Hwansoo Lee

    The innovation of online technologies and the rapid diffusion of smart devices are changing workplace learning environment. Smart learning, as emerging learning paradigm, enables employees'... More

    pp. 1082-1096

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  10. Digital simulation-based training: A meta-analysis

    Andreas Gegenfurtner, Carla Quesada‐Pallarès & Maximilian Knogler

    This study examines how design characteristics in digital simulation-based learning environments moderate self-efficacy and transfer of learning. Drawing on social cognitive theory and the... More

    pp. 1097-1114

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  11. Building a construction procurement negotiation training game model: Learning experiences and outcomes

    Ren‐Jye Dzeng, Ken‐Yu Lin & Pei‐Ru Wang

    Game-based education is a promising method for encouraging student learning. Although learning construction procurement and negotiation require hands-on practice, in most construction management... More

    pp. 1115-1135

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  12. Personalized workplace learning: An exploratory study on digital badging within a teacher professional development program

    Christopher Gamrat, Heather Toomey Zimmerman, Jaclyn Dudek & Kyle Peck

    To provide customized workplace learning opportunities, a digital badge system was designed by a university, governmental agency and national professional association to support teachers'... More

    pp. 1136-1148

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