The Learn@Work Socrates-Minerva Research Project 2005–2007
What did it do and what happened with it since?
References and further reading
Bijnens, M. and Vanbuel, M. (eds) (2007) State of the Art Report: Work Based Induction Training in Europe, Learn@Work Project.
Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) (2003a) E-Learning in Irish Organisations: A Study of E-learning in the Republic of Ireland, Survey Report, November, CIPD, Dublin.
Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) (2003b) Who Learns at Work? A Study of Learners in the Republic of Ireland, Dublin: CIPD.
Forfás Expert Group on Future Skills Needs (2004) Ahead of the Curve: Ireland’s Place in the Global Economy, available online at http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/special/2004/enterprisestrategyreport/index.pdf.
Georgsen, M. and Nyvang, T. (2007) ‘Evaluated Pilots from the Learn@Work Project: A Collection of Case Studies of Work-based Learning, Final Report for WP4, OUTPUT 4’ internal document.
Murphy, A. (2007a) Evaluation Report for the Learn@Work Project, internal document.
Murphy. A. (2007b) ‘ICT-based Induction and Support for Worker-learners and E-resource Pack for Academic Staff Involved in WBL’, presentation to Learn@Work Conference, Glasgow, 6 September 2007.
Murphy, A., O’Rourke, K.C. Rooney, P. (2007) ‘The Digital Partnership Divide: Can E-learning Pedagogical Designers Understand Worker-learners?’ SCUTREA Conference, Belfast, June 2007.
Murphy, A., Dixon, N., Lacey, K., O’Rourke, K. and Rooney, P. (2008) ‘Designing E-learning for the Workplace; Challenges for Worker-learners, E-designers and Academic Staff’, EdTechUsers Conference, Dublin.
O’Rourke, K., Murphy, A. and Rooney, P. (2005) E-learning Induction at Work: Pilot Package, internal document.
Royal Irish Academy (2006) Academic-Industry Interface – From a Research Perspective, Dublin: RIA.
Socrates Programme (2005) Full Application Proposal from the Learn@Work Team: 225613 –CP-1-2005-UK-MINERVA-M.