The Sage handbook of workplace learning / edited by Margaret Malloch ... [et al.].
Contributor(s): Malloch, MargaretCall number: 658.3124 S129 Material type: BookPublisher: Los Angeles, Calif. : Sage, 2013. Description: xvii, 476 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781446270523 (pbk.).Other title: Handbook of workplace learning.Subject(s): Organizational learning | Occupational training | Employees -- Training of
Section 1. Theory. 1, Theories of work, place and learning: new directions. 2, Theories of workplace learning. 3, Workplaces and learning. 4, Workplace learning and the organization. 5, Subjectivity, self and personal agency in learning through and for work. 6, Learning in the workplace: communities of practice and beyond. 7, Activity theory and learning at work. 8, Informal learning at work: conditions, processes and logics. 9, Towards a meta-theory of learning and performance. 10, Knowledge and workplace learning. 11, Rethinking work-based learning: for education professionals and professionals who educate -- Section II. Research and practice. 12, Researching workplace learning: an overview and critique. 13, How researching learning at work can lead to tools for enhancing learning. 14, Researching workplace learning in the United States. 15, Researching workplace learning in Australia. 16, Researching workplace learning in Europe. 17, Initiative in VET and workplace learning: a Korean perspective. 18, Age management in organisations in the European Union. 19, Work and learning: from schools to workplaces. 20, Competency-based training and its impact on workplace learning in Australia. 21, Work-related learning in the United States: past practices, paradigm shifts, and policies of partnerships. 22, Workplace learning in East Africa: a case study. 23, Policies for the knowledge economy: knowledge discourses at play. 24, Virtual workplace learning: promises met?. 25, Seeing workplace learning through an emotive lens. 26, Towards a social ecology of adult learning in and through the workplace -- Section III. Issues and futures. 27, Beyond the workplace: leaning in the lifeplace. 28, Workplace learning in the knowledge economy: the development of vocational practice and social capital. 29, Workplace leaning and higher education. 30, Identifying and classifying corporate universities in the United States. 31, Partnerships between and among education and the public and private sectors. 32, Brave new workplace: the impact of technology on location and job structures. 33, Technology and knowledge management. 34, Workplace learning: organizations, ethics, and issues.