Wissensmanagement Und E Learning Psa Globalization Plan

Author: Anja MĂŒhlbauer
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3668282862
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Wissensmanagement Und E Learning Psa Globalization Plan from the Author: Anja MĂŒhlbauer. Projektarbeit aus dem Jahr 2015 im Fachbereich BWL - Personal und Organisation, Note: 1,3, Steinbeis-Hochschule Berlin (Steinbeis Hochschule Berlin), Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Ziel dieser Arbeit ist zu untersuchen, ob sich die Wissensspirale (SECI Modell) von Nonaka und Takeuchi fĂŒr die Verbindung und Wissensmanagement und e-Learning eignet um Wissen an der Hochschule Steinbeis Business Academy (SBA) bei den Studenten zu vervielfĂ€ltigen. Den Unternehmen wird in Zusammenhang mit Globalisierung deutlich, dass eine nachhaltige Sicherung bzw. Steigerung ihrer WettbewerbsfĂ€higkeit nur erreicht werden kann, wenn sie Kompetenzen ihrer Mitarbeiter herausbilden. Denn Kompetenzen als FĂ€higkeit, Problemstellungen in der Praxis selbst organisiert lösen zu können, werden den Anforderungen des globalen Wettbewerbs gerecht und gelten deshalb als kritische Faktoren fĂŒr den Unternehmenserfolg. Daraus ergibt sich fĂŒr die Hochschulen ein abgeĂ€nderter Bildungsauftrag, der die Ausbildung von “Multipreneuren“, also von Studenten, die auf die neuen Anforderungen der Wirtschaft eingestellt sind, umfasst. Im Fokus der universitĂ€ren Ausbildung steht dabei das Wissen, dem als wesentlicher Bestandteil von Kompetenz eine zentrale Bedeutung zukommt. Das gilt besonders vor dem Hintergrund wirtschaftlicher VerĂ€nderungen, die durch die Globalisierung und modernen Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien angetrieben, die Wissensproduktion und den damit einhergehenden Wissensverfall, sog. „Halbwertzeit des Wissens“, beschleunigen. Es geht dabei nicht nur um die Aneignung neuen Wissens, sondern hauptsĂ€chlich um den Erhalt des fĂŒr die Unternehmen relevanten Wissens. Dies macht einen Prozess des lebenslangen und selbstgesteuerten Lernens notwendig. Die LernfĂ€higkeit der Studenten muss mit neuen innovativen Lernkonzepten (e-Learning) unterstĂŒtzt werden, die zum einen die Entwicklungstrends in der Arbeitswelt, wie z.B. Beschleunigung und Vereinfachung der Informationsbeschaffung, Kommunikation durch das Internet wie auch geĂ€nderter Mediengewohnheiten, aufgreifen und zum anderen den Umgang mit Wissen systematisieren (Wissensmanagement), dabei aber der zeitlichen FlexibilitĂ€t der Studenten Rechnung tragen. Eine Wandlung der Hochschule von einer vollkommenen PrĂ€senzuniversitĂ€t („Alma Mater“) hin zu einer Kombination von PrĂ€senz- und virtuellen UniversitĂ€t („Alma Mater Virtualis“) unter Anwendung neuer Medien ist dafĂŒr notwendig.

E Learning

Author: Bryn Holmes
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1848604572
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E Learning from the Author: Bryn Holmes. e-Learning is now an essential component of education. Globalization, the proliferation of information available on the Internet and the importance of knowledge-based economies have added a whole new dimension to teaching and learning. As more tutors, students and trainees, and institutions adopt online learning there is a need for resources that will examine and inform this field. Using examples from around the world, the authors of e-Learning: Concepts and Practices provide an in-depth examination of past, present and future e-learning approaches, and explore the implications of applying e-learning in practice. Topics include: - educational evolution - enriching the learning experience - learner empowerment - design concepts and considerations - creation of e-communities - communal constructivism This book is essential reading for anyone involved in technology enhanced learning systems, whether an expert or coming new to the area. It will be of particular relevance to those involved in teaching or studying for information technology in education degrees, in training through e-learning courses and with developing e-learning resources. Bryn Holmes is an assistant professor in Education at Concordia University, Montreal and director of an Internet company, Inishnet, which offers research and consultancy in online education. John Gardner is a professor of education at Queen's University, Belfast and his main research areas include policy and practice in information and communications technology in education.

International Handbook Of E Learning Volume 2

Author: Mohamed Ally
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317643569
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International Handbook Of E Learning Volume 2 from the Author: Mohamed Ally. The International Handbook of e-Learning, Volume 2 provides a comprehensive compendium of implementation and practice in all aspects of e-learning, one of the most significant ongoing global developments in the entire field of education. Covering the integration, challenges, implications, and context-appropriate use of open education networks, blended learning, mobile technologies, social media, and other platforms in a variety of unique international settings, these thirty contributions illustrate the wide-ranging applications and solutions made possible by this rapidly growing new paradigm. Case studies are driven by empirical research and attention to cultural specificity, while future research needs are discussed in relation to both confirmed practice and recent changes in the field. The book will be of interest to anyone seeking to create and sustain meaningful, supportive learning environments within today’s anytime, anywhere framework, from teachers, administrators, and policy makers to corporate and government trainers.

Socio Cultural Impacts Of Workplace E Learning Epistemology Ontology And Pedagogy

Author: Remtulla, Karim A.
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1615208364
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Socio Cultural Impacts Of Workplace E Learning Epistemology Ontology And Pedagogy from the Author: Remtulla, Karim A.. "This book is about using socio-culturally based research in the study of technology, learning, and workers, for the purposes of a better workplace adult education and training from workplace e-learning"--Provided by publisher.

Effects Of Information Capitalism And Globalization On Teaching And Learning

Author: Adeoye, Blessing F.
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466661631
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Effects Of Information Capitalism And Globalization On Teaching And Learning from the Author: Adeoye, Blessing F.. "This book examines issues concerning emerging multimedia technologies and their challenges and solutions in teaching and learning, exploring the global society's effect on learning"--Provided by publisher.

Globalisation Migration And Health

Author: Andre M N Renzaho
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 1783268905
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Globalisation Migration And Health from the Author: Andre M N Renzaho. As globalisation gains momentum, international migration continues to divide opinion and polarise policy makers, politicians, and advocates. This polarisation has been reflected in research and publications, with pro-globalisation being pitched against anti-globalisation on the one hand, and an explosion of research on migration on the other. This book examines the interaction between the two and their impact on health for the first time, highlighting the myths and realities from an international, multi-disciplinary perspective. The book starts with an examination of the complex and multifaceted aspects of the globalisation phenomenon and its impact on population displacement and health, and concludes with a regional level analysis supported by country-specific examples. By highlighting common issues and differences across the globe, this book shows policy makers, political leaders, and international committees on migration the specificities of global migration and good practice across the world. Particular attention is paid to practical policy responses and governance as well as legal frameworks to manage the dynamics of migration, engage international institutions, and to maximise the benefits that internal and international migration bring. Contents:Globalisation, Migration and Health: An Introduction (AndrĂ© M N Renzaho)Forced and Voluntary Migration: Patterns of Internal and International Migration, Burden of Diseases and Policy Response:Forced Internal Displacement: Pattern, Health Impacts and Policy Response (AndrĂ© M N Renzaho)The Social and Health Dimensions of Refugees and Complex Humanitarian Emergencies (Joseph Kamara and AndrĂ© M N Renzaho)Health, Social, and Economic Impact of Voluntary Migration (AndrĂ© M N Renzaho)Case Studies — Asylum Seekers, Healthy Migrant Effect, and Access and Utilisation of Health Services:Invisible and Suffering: Prolonged and Systematic Detention of Asylum Seekers Living in Substandard Conditions in Greece (Sheila Cyril and AndrĂ© M N Renzaho)The Health Status, Service Needs and Barriers to Accessing Care for Detention and Community-Based Asylum Seekers in Australia (Emily Hadgkiss and AndrĂ© M N Renzaho)Women, Children and Men Trapped in Unsafe Corridors (Kevin Pottie, Chuck Hui and Fabien Schneider)Migration and Health Effects in the Netherlands (Paul Herfs and Olta Gishti)Health Equity: Evidence-Based Guidelines, E-Learning and Physician Advocacy for Migrant Populations in Canada (Kevin Pottie and Doug Gruner)Hispanic Immigration and the Epidemiological Paradox (Mary Lou de Leon Siantz)Migration and the Healthy Migrant Effect in Australia: Current Knowledge, Gaps, and Opportunity for Future Research (AndrĂ© M N Renzaho)The Social Dimensions of Internal Migration and Health in China (AndrĂ© M N Renzaho)Migration Challenges and Health Policy in South Korea (AndrĂ© M N Renzaho)Migrant Health in the Workplace: A Multi-Country Comparison (Lata Satyen, John W Toumbourou, David Mellor, Ilmiye Secer and Matin Ghayour-Minaie)The Morbid Effect Associated with Racism Experienced by Immigrants: Findings from Australia (Kevin Dunn, Yin Paradies, Rosalie Atie and Naomi Priest)Conclusion:Globalisation and Migration: Reflections, Policy Directions and Conclusion (AndrĂ© M N Renzaho) Readership: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students in humanitarian and development studies, public health experts and practitioners, policy makers, and political leaders. Key Features:Examines the dynamics of migration and their impact on health from a global perspectiveStudies the impact globalisation has on population displacementCountry-specific case studies are analysed in this bookKeywords:Globalisation;Migration and Health;Forced Migration;Voluntary Migration;Hukou;China

Human Computer Interaction Concepts Methodologies Tools And Applications

Author: Management Association, Information Resources
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466687908
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Human Computer Interaction Concepts Methodologies Tools And Applications from the Author: Management Association, Information Resources. As modern technologies continue to develop and evolve, the ability of users to interface with new systems becomes a paramount concern. Research into new ways for humans to make use of advanced computers and other such technologies is necessary to fully realize the potential of 21st century tools. Human-Computer Interaction: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications gathers research on user interfaces for advanced technologies and how these interfaces can facilitate new developments in the fields of robotics, assistive technologies, and computational intelligence. This four-volume reference contains cutting-edge research for computer scientists; faculty and students of robotics, digital science, and networked communications; and clinicians invested in assistive technologies. This seminal reference work includes chapters on topics pertaining to system usability, interactive design, mobile interfaces, virtual worlds, and more.

Globalisation And Europeanisation In Education

Author: Roger Dale
Publisher: Symposium Books Ltd
ISBN: 1873927908
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Globalisation And Europeanisation In Education from the Author: Roger Dale. This book grew out of the experience of a European Union Thematic Network of the same title, and focuses on aspects of the complex and varying relationships between globalisation, Europeanisation and Education. The volume is divided into two parts: PART 1: Governance and the Knowledge Economy, focuses on how the discourses of a Knowledge Economy and Lifelong Learning, and an emerging functional and scalar division of the labour of educational governance became central to the development of a European Education Space. Contributors emphasise the role of the European Commission, and especially the Lisbon agenda, in this process, and considers the role of the Open Method of Coordination and the Bologna Process in the construction of the EES. A key theme linking Europeanisation to globalisation is the prominence of the discourse of competitiveness, and the role allocated to education in enhancing Europe’s ability to compete with the United States and Japan. PART TWO: Citizenship, Identity and Language, looks at the emergence of a new social model for Europe, this time from the point of view of how it relates the development of individual capacities and citizenship, and the role of intellectuals in this process. A second major theme is the place, role and choice of languages and at the impact of pressures from globalisation and Europeanisation, and national and sub-national levels, on language choice and teaching, taking into account both ‘World Englishes’ and Language Europe. Finally, globalisation becomes the central issue in an analysis of its different relationships with ‘northern’ (of which European education policy is taken as the example) and ‘southern’ paradigms of educational development.