Development of Human Resources Using New Technologies in LongLife Learning
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Lifelong LearningICT's Technologies
Learning Systems
Elearning
Career Training
Virtual Systems
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DOAJ:Mathematics
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Electronic computers. Computer science
QA75.576.95
Instruments and machines
QA7190
Mathematics
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Science
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DOAJ:Computer Science
DOAJ:Technology and Engineering
Mathematics
QA1939
Science
Q
DOAJ:Mathematics
DOAJ:Mathematics and Statistics
Electronic computers. Computer science
QA75.576.95
Instruments and machines
QA7190
Mathematics
QA1939
Science
Q
DOAJ:Computer Science
DOAJ:Technology and Engineering
Mathematics
QA1939
Science
Q
DOAJ:Mathematics
DOAJ:Mathematics and Statistics
Electronic computers. Computer science
QA75.576.95
Instruments and machines
QA7190
Mathematics
QA1939
Science
Q
DOAJ:Computer Science
DOAJ:Technology and Engineering
Mathematics
QA1939
Science
Q
Electronic computers. Computer science
QA75.576.95
Instruments and machines
QA7190
Mathematics
QA1939
Science
Q
Mathematics
QA1939
Science
Q
Electronic computers. Computer science
QA75.576.95
Instruments and machines
QA7190
Mathematics
QA1939
Science
Q
Mathematics
QA1939
Science
Q
Electronic computers. Computer science
QA75.576.95
Instruments and machines
QA7190
Mathematics
QA1939
Science
Q
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Information and communication technologies (ICT) offer new opportunities to reinvent the education and to make people and makes learning more fun and contemporary but poses many problems to educational institutions. Implementation of ICT determines major structural changes in the organizations and mental switch from bureaucratic mentality to customeroriented one. In this paper I try to evaluate methods of developing the lifelong learning programs, impact to human resources training and development and the impact of this process on educational institutions. Elearning usage in training the human resources can make a new step in development of the education institutions, human resources and companies.Date
20110101Type
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https://doaj.org/article/019073c8a4e14ee18aa58e59850a02e4
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