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Title: La implementació del smart learning i el cloud computing a la formació a les organitzacions
Author: Milià López, Mireia
Tutor: Mogas Recalde, Jordi
Keywords: cloud computing
ubiquitous learning
workplace training
professional project (design)
Issue Date: 7-Jun-2021
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The framework of study of this proposal is to carry out a theoretical review to find out the status of organizational training, considering all the changes that has been going on, from the most traditional practices, through the incorporation of e-learning and, particularly, until the arrival of Smart Learning Environments (SLE). According to this, all the literature researched is based on the field of education where more research has been done. Moreover, this review has been focused on one type of technology service that nowadays has increasingly accommodating in the business sector: cloud computing. This concept is closely related to the ubiquitous term, allowing people to access a database from any device connected to the network, particularly on mobile devices, which are well integrated into our daily use. The organizational training process takes a lot of value for those workers who need to improve their tasks in their workplace in order not to be left behind. However, it is important having an experienced role capable of detecting the needs of the staff applying active practices through ICT in terms of optimizing training, as is the case of the technopedagogical designer. Otherwise, it also focuses on the current problem of the existing digital gap in staff. Finally, throughout this document, the level of development and application of SLE will be assessed through cloud computing and what is known about their possibilities and limitations within training in organizations.
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