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Those readers interested in corporate learning may be interested in the International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC).

The latest edition (Vol. 5, No. 3)  includes the following papers:

ELabMate: A Tool for Delivering Programming Courses Effectively
Rihab Eltayeb Ahmed
Adding Social Media to e-Learning in the Workplace: Instilling Interactive Learning Culture
Juha Leino, Erika Tanhua-Piiroinen, Johanna Sommers-Piiroinen
Staying Relevant and Current with Online Learning in an Increasingly Global and Competitive Environment
Grace Lynch, Rhys James
Training Virtually Virtual
Lennart Malmsköld, Roland Örtengren, Lars Svensson
E-Learning as a Core Component of the Instructional Design Profession
Tome Raymond Martinez, Paula Cummins, Wilhelmina Savenye, Justin Shewell
Manage Projects Smarter: Picking Tools for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Stefanie Quade, Frank Habermann, Marcus Birkenkrahe
Using Communities of Practice for the Learning of Students with Poor Vision
Tatiana Takimoto

Application Notes

Choosing a Virtual World Platform for Teaching: “VICERO” – A Scoring Model Aiding the Right Choice
Kai Erenli
From Cherry Picking to Convergence – Migrating E-Learning Delivery to an LMS (Learning Management System) – the COLeLIO Experience PDF


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