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洋書

デジタル時代の経営教育

On the Line : Business Education in the Digital Age

Khare, Anshuman (EDT)   Hurst, Deborah (EDT)

Springer 2017/09
290 p.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9783319627755
KCN: 1028605814
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KDC: E231 経営理論・経営戦略
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The book is ideal for business educators, administrators, as well as business practitioners that have an interest in delivering high quality business education using online platforms and tools. On the Line: Business Education in the Digital Age is divided into three sections.
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Table of Contents

Section 1: "WHY?" - The business case.- Chapter 1. Online Business Education - the Drivers of Supply and Demand (Brian Stewart & Anshuman Khare).- Chapter 2. A Service-Dominant Logic and Value Co-Creation Approach for Online Business (Terry Beckman & Anshuman Khare).- Chapter 3. Education Data Mining (EDM): Researching Impact on Online Business Education (Kriti Khare, Anshuman Khare & Helen Lam).- Chapter 4. Emergent versus planned assessment and tuition strategies for online postgraduate teaching of technology and innovation management at the Open University, UK (Alison Bettley & Ivan Horrocks).- Chapter 5. PERSPECTIVE: An Online MBA: Effort, Investment and ROI (Larry Berglund).- Chapter 6. PERSPECTIVE: Online Business Education: Self-Directed and Peer Learning in a Flexible Format Designed to Meet the Needs of Today's Busy Professional (Terri Hinkley).- Chapter 7. PERSPECTIVE: Work-Study-Life Balance (Ivo Kreyenbuhl).- Chapter 8. PERSPECTIVE: But It's Online....(Dana Coble).- Section 2: "HOW?" - Building Knowledge and Skills.- Chapter 9. Online Student Engagement and Success in Graduate Studies (Kay Devine & Deborah Hurst).- Chapter 10. Enhancing Digital Intelligence through Communities of Learning (Madelaine Kineshanko & Kam Jugdev).- Chapter 11. Development of Personal Learning and Social Networks: Strategies for Knowledge Creation and Sharing in Online Learning Environments (Natalie Solveig Mikhaylov).- Chapter 12. New Approaches to Assessment of Learning: New Possibilities for Business Education (Madelaine K. Befus & Kam Jugdev).- Chapter 13. Implementation of a next generation course architecture for blended learning (Rodney Beard).- Chapter 14. Relevance of digital learning cultures within online business education (Kristina Lahl, Lana Plumanns, Rene Vossen & Sabina Jeschke).- Chapter 15. The use of explainer videos as a learning tool: an internal and external view (Andreas Kramer & Sandra Boehrs).- Chapter 16. Social media usage in higher education in online business programs (Gracia Castillo & Abubaker Haddud).- Chapter 17. A PRACTITIONER PERSPECTIVE: Pushing the Limits of Online Learning (Gyula Julius Dobos).- Section 3: "SO WHAT?" - Outcomes and Impacts.- Chapter 18. Measuring the impact of student satisfaction on academic performance in online programmes (Fotios Misopoulos, Maria Argyropoulou & Dionisia Tzavara).- Chapter 19. A Renaissance in Skills: The Future Place of Online Learning for Skills (Stephen Murgatroyd).- Chapter 20. Building Adaptive Capacity in Online Graduate Management Education (Deborah Hurst, Ana Azevedo & Pamela Hawranik).- Chapter 21. Professional Accreditation: An investigation into the case of online (Iain Reid, Alan Southern & Maria Argyropoulos).- Chapter 22. PERSPECTIVE: Online program unlocks opportunities which are not possible in traditional work models (Tanja Haller).- Chapter 23. PERSPECTIVE: Online Supply Chain Education in a Digital World (Mark Morrissey).- Chapter 24. PERSPECTIVE: Online Education as an Enabler of Equal Opportunity for Education (Anna Stocker).- Chapter 25. PERSPECTIVE: The Capstone Project - Opportunity for the Company? (Michael Stein).- Chapter 26. PERSPECTIVE: The Unexpected 51-Hour Conversation: An emphasis on the importance of in-person encounters (Deborah Dull).