It's an 'I' thing . .

Overton, Laura
June 2005
e.learning age;Jun2005, p35
Discusses the potential influence of the Internet generation on the British workforce by 2007 and the efforts of employers to meet the new generation's needs and expectations on learning and development. Information on the main challenges of the future based on the Gartner report "IT Insights: Trends and UK Skills Implications"; Application of innovative technologies into the learning strategies; Characteristics of learning that might appeal to future generation of workers.


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