Learning Inquiry will cease publication by 31st December 2009.
Learning Inquiry is a refereed scholarly journal devoted to establishing learning as a topic for transdisciplinary study. It serves as a forum that explores machine, human, plant, and animal learning. Moreover, the journal investigates the processes of learning in business, government, and the professions, both in informal and formal environments.
Striking a balance between presenting innovative research and documenting current knowledge, the journal fosters a scholarly dialogue on learning that is independent of domain and methodological restrictions. Readers will find essays, research articles, forums, review articles, and book reviews that set forth the current state of knowledge and latest developments in the field. Periodic special issues identify key topics in learning and provide focus for future research.
Learning to succeed in a flat world: information and communication technologies for a new generation of business students
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