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ERIC Number: ED508866
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2007
Pages: 374
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: 0
Competencies in Organizational E-Learning: Concepts and Tools
Sicilia, Miguel-Angel, Ed.
Information Science Publishing
"Competencies in Organizational E-Learning: Concepts and Tools" provides a comprehensive view of the way competencies can be used to drive organizational e-learning, including the main conceptual elements, competency gap analysis, advanced related computing topics, the application of semantic Web technologies, and the integration of competencies with current e-learning standards. "Competencies in Organizational E-Learning: Concepts and Tools" is the first book to address competencies as a key observable workplace behavior, driving learning and knowledge dissemination processes inside organizations. This book works as a guide for implementing or improving competency-based approaches to e-learning. Chapters of this book include: (1) Competencies and Organizational Learning (Miguel-Angel Sicilia and Ambjorn Naeve); (2) Competency Management Systems and Technologies (Shantha Liyanage); (3) A Survey of Competency Management Software Information Systems in the Framework of Human Resources management (Alfonso Urquiza); (4) Competency Management Using the Competence Performance Approach (Tobias Ley, Dietrich Albert, and Stefanie Lindstaedt); (5) Competencies Management (Miltiadis Lytras, Maria Mantziou, and Maria Pontikaki); (6) An Organizational Memory Tool for E-Learning (Marie-Helene Abel); (7) An Ontological Representation of Competencies as Codified Knowledge (Salvador Sanchez-Alonso and Dirk Frosch-Wilke); (8) Ontology-Based Approach to Formalization of Competencies (April Ng and Marek Hatala); (9) Linking E-Government with Organizational Memory through Individual Competencies (Juan Cegarra-Navarro); (10) Designing and Implementing Views on Competencies (Marcel van der Klink, Kathleen Schlusmans, and Jo Boon); (11) Ten-Competence (Rob Koper and Marcus Specht); (12) An Ontology-Based Competence Management Model to Support Collaborative Working and Organisational Learning (Jose Braga de Vasconcelos and Chris Kimble); (13) Integrated Semantic-Based Composition of Skills and Learning Needs in Knowledge-Intensive Organisations (Simona Colucci, Tommaso Di Noia, Eugenio Di Sciascio, Francesco Donini, and Azzurra Ragone); (14) Semantic Web Technologies in the Recruitmant Domain (Ralf Heese, Malgorzata Mochol, and Radoslaw Oldakowski); (15) Ontology-Based Competency Management for Corporate E-Learning (Fotis Draganidis and Gregoris Mentzas); and (16) Applying Semantic Web in Competence Management (Mikko Maukkanen and Heikki Helin).
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Language: English
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