Tuesday, October 20
10:30 AM-11:00 AM
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Lehua II

Learning Actions Analysis of Working Adults in Workplace e-Learning

Full Paper ID: 46284
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    Iori Sugiyama
    Department of Human System Science,Tokyo Institute of Technology
  2. Yuki Watanebe
    Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning,Tokyo Institute of Technology
  3. Hiroshi Kato
    Faculty of Liberal Arts, Open University of Japan
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    Akinori Nishihara
    Department of Human System Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Abstract: In this paper, we present a comparative analysis of Japanese working adults’ and Japanese pre-employment students’ learning actions to clarify their characteristics in workplace e-learning. As a result, we found there are some differences between the working adults and the pre-employment students in learning pace. For instance, in 8-week e-learning courses, the successful pre-employment students learn more than the successful working adults in every week except the 8th week. The unsuccessful pre-employment students may be affected by encouragement e-mails from LMS, and they learn more than the unsuccessful working adults in the 1st, the 4th, and the 7th weeks.

Presider: Sarah Pouezevara, RTI International

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