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Butler, A. K.; And Others – 1968
The performance/design requirements and a detailed technical description for a Computer-Directed Training Subsystem to be integrated into the Air Force Phase II Base Level System are described. The subsystem may be used for computer-assisted lesson construction and has presentation capability for on-the-job training for data automation, staff, and…
Descriptors: Automation, Computer Programs, Military Training, Performance
Golden, Lonnie; Danann, Sharon – 1989
The National Commission for Employment Policy estimates that 19 million workers--17 percent of the work force--are in jobs directly threatened by office automation, and the consequences of the displacement of clerical workers due to increasing office computerization are as serious as those from manufacturing job loss. Between 1983 and 1988, almost…
Descriptors: Adults, Clerical Occupations, Dislocated Workers, Employment Potential
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Spöttl, Georg; Windelband, Lars – Journal of Education and Work, 2021
Within the context of 'Industry 4.0', work organisation and work processes will change, along with ongoing automation and real-time oriented control of production. The same is true for work contents and the interaction and communication between humans and technology, which entail many consequences for users and providers throughout the entire…
Descriptors: Job Skills, Industrialization, Vocational Education, Automation
OTIS, JACK – 1965
A SIGNIFICANT EXPANSION OF AUXILIARY PERSONNEL WILL BE CAUSED BY THE SOCIAL WORK MANPOWER SHORTAGE, THE ELIMINATION OF ROUTINE BLUE AND WHITE COLLAR JOBS BY AUTOMATION AND CYBERNATION, THE INCREASE IN NEW WORKERS IN A DECLINING LABOR MARKET FOR THE UNSKILLED AND THE SEMI-SKILLED, THE GROWTH OF FEDERAL PROGRAMS WHICH FUND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW…
Descriptors: Auxiliary Laborers, Community Relations, Employment Opportunities, Indigenous Personnel
Fine, Sidney A.; And Others – 1975
The bibliography provides a chronological survey of the development, growth, and application of the concept of Functional Job Analysis (FJA) which provides for the formulation of qualifications of workers and the requirements of jobs in the same terms so that the one can be equated with measures of the other. An introductory section discusses FJA,…
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Classification, Employment Qualifications, Job Analysis
Bailey, Kieren – Computers in Libraries, 2011
Two of the most time-consuming jobs in the library are taking inventory and keeping track of in-house uses of library material. Librarians have long been searching for more efficient solution for these two activities. New technology can be the answer to creating efficiency for libraries. In fact, if one is a SirsiDynix library, there is an easy…
Descriptors: Library Materials, Private Colleges, Foreign Countries, Library Services
UK Department for Education, 2021
The United Kingdom (UK) Government has committed to the creation of a National Retraining Scheme, which will aim to prepare workers for future changes to the economy, including through automation, to retrain into better jobs. This will help to address challenges to the economy, including automation and advances in technology that are changing the…
Descriptors: Adult Students, Decision Making, Foreign Countries, Access to Education
Carnevale, Anthony P.; Smith, Nicole – Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, 2011
No one has had it worse than the Midwest. Job losses in the "great recession" of 2007 spared no region, but the bulk of industries hardest hit were in the Midwestern states. This is the second of a series of reports detailing the job and educational demand prospects for workers, by major census regions. When compared to all other…
Descriptors: Postsecondary Education, Skilled Occupations, Industry, Education Work Relationship
Kesler, Rosemary; And Others – 1996
Although the reality of change is ever present, educators are often resistant to it. Three barriers to change in colleges or other organizations are a lack of strategic vision and mission; low commitment, trust, and teamwork; and a bureaucratic organizational culture. Resistance to change can manifest itself in various ways, including regression…
Descriptors: Administrator Responsibility, Administrator Role, Change Agents, Change Strategies
Davis, Kay – 1976
Written for vocational educators as part of a project called "Modifying Regular Programs and Developing Curriculum Materials for the Vocational Education of the Handicapped," this guide contains discussion on 13 topics: (1) What Must It Be Like? (2) The Terminology Jungle (Degree of Hearing Loss, Age at Onset, Type of Hearing Loss), (3)…
Descriptors: Deafness, Employment, Hearing Impairments, Partial Hearing
Araujo e Oliveira, Joao Batista – 1991
As part of a study on the impact of automation on training, extensive interviews were conducted at two of Fiat's plants, Termoli and Casino, Italy. Termoli, a plant built in the mid-1980s with automation in mind, production of engines and gear boxes was very much integrated by automation devices. Casino produced some individual components but was…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Automation, Educational Needs, Foreign Countries
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris (France). – 1990
In the Netherlands, 15 to 17.5 percent of the working age population participated in further education and training for adults in 1985-88. Enterprises, state ministries, and private institutions supply adult education; enterprises, ministries, and sectoral institutions finance it. The Ministry of Education and Sciences provides basic education,…
Descriptors: Adult Vocational Education, Educational Legislation, Federal Aid, Federal Government
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Ntui, Aniebiet Inyang; Inyang, Comfort Linus – Journal of Education and Practice, 2015
This study investigated utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) resources and job effectiveness among library staff in the University of Calabar and Cross River University of Technology, Nigeria. To achieve the purpose of this study, four hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. Ex-post facto research design was adopted…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Information Technology, Library Automation, Research Libraries
HOOS, IDA R. – 1967
TO COUNTERACT BUREAUCRATIC STAGNATION, ENCOURAGE SELF-DEVELOPMENT, AND USE WORKERS EFFECTIVELY, SINCE 1957 THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION HAS EMPHASIZED CONTINUING EDUCATION. CASE STUDIES OF THE INSTRUMENT TECHNICIAN TRAINING PROGRAM AT ALAMEDA NAVAL AIR STATION AND MCCLELLAN AIR FORCE BASE AND THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING…
Descriptors: Aerospace Technology, Automation, Aviation Mechanics, Data Processing
de Bruijn, Erik – 1986
This report discusses an ex post facto study that was done to examine the effect that the implementation of automated systems has had on libraries and support staff, labor costs, and productivity in the cataloging divisions of the library of the University of British Columbia. A comparison was made between two years: 1973, a pre-automated period…
Descriptors: Academic Libraries, Automation, Budgeting, Cataloging
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