Bridging the IT Skills Gap--for 25 Years
- The corporate campus. Solnic, Claude // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);9/19/2003, Vol. 50 Issue 40, p1B
Focuses on the incorporation of the course Information Technologies for Managers into the office of KeySpan Corp. Advantages of having the curriculum on the performance of the company; Number of employees enrolled in the program; Demand of the program.
- OLDER LEARNERS AND IT: CHALLENGE FOR INCLUSION. Stephenson, Maureen // Adults Learning;Mar2002, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p12
Presents a study on the learning experience of older people about computers in Great Britain. Reasons for taking an information technology course; Initial difficulties and reasons for quitting; Recommendations for course providers.
- LIFELONG LEARNING FOR ALL IN ASIAN COMMUNITIES: ICT BASED INITIATIVES. Misra, Pradeep Kumar // Journal of Educational Technology;Jul2011, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p1
The necessity to adjust to the prerequisites of the knowledge based society and economy brought about the need for lifelong learning for all in Asian communities. The concept of lifelong learning stresses that learning and education are related to life as a whole - not just to work - and that...
- Enhancing the Quality of Distance Education Program: A Case Study of Program Investigation. Gujar, Rucha; Vadnere, Rajendra // International Online Journal of Educational Sciences;2011, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p882
Information technology has helped people to come closer than ever, in terms of collaborative activities. This has increased the use of computers in all walks of life in society. Along with this the demand for trained persons in PC assembly, maintenance, up-gradation and networking is also...
- INTEGRATING SENIOR CITIZENS INTO THE INFORMATION SOCIETY. Tielen, Ger // Ageing International;Fall/Winter98, Vol. 24 Issue 2/3, p143
Describes the problems and perspectives on the use of information technology for older adults in the Netherlands. Challenges faced by older adults in relation to societal changes; Establishment of a lifelong learning society for older adults; Importance of educating older adults about...
- IT and the new manager: designing an IT education programme for executives. Willcocks, Leslie // Journal of Information Technology (Routledge, Ltd.);Jun90, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p110
Examines the process of designing an information technology (IT) education program for executives. Role of senior managerial commitment to IT; Implications of IT; Ways of planning and implementing systems solutions for organizational advantage; Importance of IT education for executives; Purpose...
- IT managers needed for education survey. // InfoWorld;11/24/97, Vol. 19 Issue 47, p99
Announces that Association for Information Technologies are looking for information technology managers to complete a short survey on continuing education.
- Concentration and infusion--two approaches for teaching technology for lifelong learners. Tomei, Lawrence A. // T H E Journal;Apr99, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p72
Discusses two approaches for teaching technology to lifelong learners. Requisite technologies inherent in a graduate program; Concentration of Technology approach, which advocates a single course to introduce the necessary elements of technology-based instruction; Infusion of Technology...
- Next move consult the experts on your career. // Computer Weekly;3/7/2002, p56
Presents question and advisory on continuing information technology education and leaving a job behind in Great Britain. Attainment of an Oracle certified professional certificate; Reputation of school attended; Importance of computer background on work qualification.