Co-occurrence analysis of domain knowledge in e-learning enabled workforce development Online publication date: Thu, 14-Apr-2011
by Bo Cheng, Minhong Wang
International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning (IJCEELL), Vol. 21, No. 1, 2011
Abstract: E-learning is increasingly playing an important role in human resource development, attracting increasing attention from both researchers and practitioners. Various topics on e-learning for workforce development have emerged, showing the dynamics of knowledge in this field. This study aims to determine the core concepts and research themes in the domain of e-learning enabled workforce development. Academic and industrial journals, magazines, and conference proceedings in this field were selected as the dataset. A set of methods including co-occurrence analysis, hierarchical cluster analysis, and social network analysis were employed for data analysis. The results revealed a number of key topics in the field and found that current knowledge in e-learning enabled workforce development is mainly constructed around three themes: technology-enabled employee training and performance practice; success factors and effectiveness of e-learning and virtual learning community; and e-learning usability, delivery and marketing strategy.
Online publication date: Thu, 14-Apr-2011
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