Ileana Hamburg

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One efficient way to improve the situation of organisations and competencies of their staff is to implement efficient training based also on new ICT learning methods like eLearning and to develop knowledge-based approaches. In this paper we discuss firstly an approach for organizing eLearning 2.0 based training to support development/improvement of(More)
In this paper, we examine the training situation of European Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), especially in regard to e-learning. While e-learning has been widely presented as the solution for the training needs of SMEs, analyses of the real situation show quite another picture. Some of these analyses are results of the project ARIEL – Analyzing and(More)
e-Learning 2.0 can support corporate training to assure a fast transfer of knowledge by meeting small and medium sized-companies (SME) needs of flexibility, to be oriented to their business and be easier integrated into their workflow with a suitable personalized content at a lower cost to the organization. In this paper after the presentation of some(More)
Traditional learning environments are often integrated with online learning using the Internet (e-learning) and particularly the Web. This increases the flexibility of learning processes according to the new paradigm "anytime, anywhere computing" that is an important issue of today's students particularly for those with mobility impairments. We describe an(More)
The use of the Internet and Web technologies lead to E-Learning activities and public vocational training organisations as well as enterprises invest money for professional education projects in connection with E-Learning activities. But despite imperative figures referring such investments, the actual impact of projects about the use of new learning(More)