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2013, iss. 29, pp. 369-382
E-learning as a tool for sustainable development
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Economy, Subotica

emailbsale@ef.uns.ac.rs, prokicm@ef.uns.ac.rs, bzita@ef.uns.ac.rs
Abstract
In modern business conditions, where e-business imposed the 24/7/365 principle, and economy is based on knowledge, companies have to insist persistently and rigidly on an appropriate competencies and know-how of employees. This presents a real problem that can be solved through the application of e-learning concept that will also implements the strategy of long-life learning in sustainable development. Higher education institutions can take a part in this market process, offering e-learning training and education tailored to the needs of companies. In addition, specific Web-based software solutions can be developed, which also encourage the development of knowledge of individuals and teams as one of the most important but the least visible parts of company's resources. This paper will present some of the possible solutions that enable improvement, teamwork and corporate knowledge in terms of sustainable development.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Professional Paper
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