Growth in the Demand for Labour Most countries have seen considerable growth in the demand for labour with higher skills and educational levels in the past decades. In many countries, supply has not grown correspondingly. This has resulted in increasing differences. Differences either in unemployment or wages between high and low skilled workers. Or, it becomes impossible to find enough skilled workers. In some countries, the labour supply does not follow……

The Smartphone We are carrying around in our pockets incredibly capable computers that can run sophisticated apps and do a lot of heavy computational work, even though they are very small. Those devices are connected with each other through the network on the World Wide Web. With this, any mobile phone gets access to the cloud-delivered enterprise applications that can be accessed over the web. New Technologies These new-world technologies are pretty easy and……

Fast food is easily prepared processed food served in snack bars and restaurants for a quick meal or to be taken away. Within the learning environment, we find the same in the newer developing of e-Learning: “Bite-sized learning” or “Microlearning” is the latest buzzword in the eLearning world. Microlearning The microlearning last 1-7 minutes. It matches the working memory capacity and attention spans of humans. Micro-learning is a model that has……

Innovations in mobile learning can lead to a change paradigm in education which mobile technologies are believed to have the potential to be used in teaching and learning in schools [1]. In the article, the authors point out the use of the mobile learning for Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET). Technical and vocational skills can be used immediately in the job market. TVET can be a prime choice in many……

It all starts with a teacher doing what they do best – explaining a concept. Except for this time they’re doing it on video, either by simply explaining a concept on camera, or using screen capture tools or presentation software with a voiceover. Video content retains the connection, the humor, and the pace of great teaching – and there’s plenty of scope for teachers to be creative! (FlippedInstitute) Flipped classroom Flipped……

Knowledge development is a process. We can look at that process from different angles. For instance, we can look at knowledge development from an objective perspective such as knowledge transfer and takes place primarily as a transfer of explicit knowledge from a sender to a recipient. The sender will be independent of the receiver and can develop explicit knowledge that can then transferred to a receiver far away. The recipient can……