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Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: LB1028.43, HF5549.5.T7

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This study was conducted in a large Mexican organization running a virtual corporate university. It aimed to evaluate students’ perceptions of three types of interaction (learner–teacher, learner–content and learner–learner) and their views on the effectiveness of online courses in terms of satisfaction, learning and behaviours. Twenty-six employees who had studied at least one online course within the organization answered an online survey. Four of them were interviewed. Results show that: (1) Learners value their interaction with the content the most. (2) Online learning is generally perceived as an effective method for delivering corporate training. (3) There is no perceived relationship between online interactions and training effectiveness. The findings are limited to the specific context of the participating organization. Further research into online learning in corporate settings is needed to understand training interactions and changes in job performance.
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    • Anderson, T. 2003. Getting the mix right again: An updated and theoretical rationale for interaction. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning 4, no.2. http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/149/230 Anderson, T., and D. R. Garrison. 1998. Learning in a networked world: New roles and responsibilities. In Distance learners in higher education, ed. C. Gibson, 97-112. Madison, WI: Atwood Publishing.
    • Anger, W., J. Stupfel, T. Ammerman, A. Tamulinas, T. Bodner, and D. Rohlman 2006. The suitability of computer-based training for workers with limited formal education: a case study from the US agricultural sector. International Journal of Training & Development 10, no.4: 269-84.
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