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Pages: 6202-6208
Publication year: 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-05948-5
ISSN: 2340-1095
doi: 10.21125/iceri.2018.2451

Conference name: 11th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 12-14 November, 2018
Location: Seville, Spain

LEARNING FOR EMPLOYMENT: VALUE GAP BETWEEN DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND TRADITIONAL TEACHING METHODS

L. Lazar (Turlacu)1, R.G. Chivu1, G. Orzan1, T. Herrezeel2

1The Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ROMANIA)
2Stefanini EMEA (BELGIUM)
Education is one of the key factors needed for a growing economy and for decreasing unemployment rate. Therefore, there must be a bilateral relationship between labour market (companies) and educational institutions. The role of companies, especially the IT ones in higher education institutions should be one of facilitator. Therefore, business leaders must have a good understanding of the educational environment and more than that to create a student profile in order to adapt their offer and to use a common language in their interactions. The speed in adopting new technologies and innovate teaching methods comes through collaboration and co-creation from the innovative and digital organizations. The competitive advantage will be easier to achieve for both companies and universities if the collaboration will be based on research and information exchange. Using digital dimension for students and education ecosystem will make the process of collaboration easier and aligned with new market trends. This system will increase efficiency and improve the interaction between all people involved in the process. Adoptions of new technologies in universities has become mandatory as traditional learning methods are being exceeded for the rapidly development and collaboration without boundaries between companies. Personalisation in interaction with students is not possible anymore in an analog world. Digital revolution and evolution open “doors” for emerging countries in order to have access to information and know-how. The digitization has deep implications in labour market and knowledge transfer. Nowadays, information spreads faster and it’s easier to copy and transmit. In education, disruptive technologies and social media encourage students to self-promote, access online classes which in the end remove boundaries. New technologies trends requires up to date educational institutions.
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title = {LEARNING FOR EMPLOYMENT: VALUE GAP BETWEEN DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND TRADITIONAL TEACHING METHODS},
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DO - 10.21125/iceri.2018.2451
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L. Lazar (Turlacu), R.G. Chivu, G. Orzan, T. Herrezeel (2018) LEARNING FOR EMPLOYMENT: VALUE GAP BETWEEN DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND TRADITIONAL TEACHING METHODS, ICERI2018 Proceedings, pp. 6202-6208.
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