Working knowledge: productive learning at work: conference proceedings [part three]

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This conference, organised by Research into Adult and Vocational Learning (RAVL), a key university research strength at the University of Technology, Sydney, looks at the future of education with respect to the information and knowledge revolution and presents cutting edge views of where the economy and education might be heading. It addresses the increasingly significant nexus between work and education. This entry contains the third part of a list of papers from this conference: Implementing work-based learning in higher education: exploring control and negotiation in the curriculum /...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Lifelong learning; Globalisation; Skills and knowledge; Technology; Economics; Providers of education and training; Teaching and learning; Higher education; Workforce development; Performance; Culture and society

Keywords: Technological change; Learning culture; Knowledge economy; Learning organisation; Adult learning; Retraining; TAFE; Postcompulsory education; Further education; Workplace learning; Productivity; Social change

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia

Published: Broadway, New South Wales: Research into Adult and Vocational Learning, [2001]

Physical description: iii, 585 p.

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Date: 2000

Place: Sydney, New South Wales

ISBN: 1863652876

Statement of responsibility: University of Technology, Sydney

These papers can be found online in the PANDORA Archive of the OVAL Research website at:

Resource type: Conference

Call number: TD/TNC 67.63

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