Learning Support Systems for Organizational Learning
The major trends in e-learning are determined by the global demand of academic, elderly and non-traditional target groups for training and education. The advent of the learning organization reflects these major shifts of the educational markets within companies. Automation of learning processes does not enhance a company''s productivity; augmentation of individual and collaborative learning processes is needed. This book reflects seven years of applied research (1997OCo2003) in the fields of adaptive multimedia systems, knowledge-based and collaborative learning environments, and intelligent software agents. Contents: Management Support: Implementing Organizational Learning; Implementing Educational Controlling; Performance Support: Implementing Web-Based Training; Implementing Electronic Courses; Implementing Online Curricula; Decision Support: Implementing Expert Guidance; Implementing Adaptive Multimedia; Self-Learning Systems: Implementing Knowledge Structures; Implementing Knowledge Robots. Readership: Professionals involved in planning, controlling and implementing knowledge and skills management; graduate students and researchers in electronic engineering and computer science."
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