Approaches and Strategies for Choice of Actions in Self-Paced E-Learning in the Workplace

Annika Wiklund-Engblom


This study is investigating variations of strategic behavior for choosing content and actions in an e-learning course in the workplace. The aim is to provide an increased understanding of differences in how and why learners manage an e-learning environment. Learning needs are related to how we as e-learners develop strategies for navigating and manipulating the content and the environment. Analyses in the present study are guided by the assumption that intentions represent our approaches for choosing content (why we do something), while actions taken represent strategies for choosing content (how we do something). How we manage a learning space has to do with our choices of content, which are based on our intentions for learning.


approaches, strategies, choice of content and actions, workplace e-learning

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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC) – ISSN: 1867-5565
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