Academy-Industry Collaboration: The Example of Bridge E-Learning

Academy-Industry Collaboration: The Example of Bridge E-Learning

Dany Lessard (Technomedia Training Inc., Canada) and Jacques Gaumond (Technomedia Training Inc., Canada)
DOI: 10.4018/jwltt.2006100105
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Bridge-eLearning is a consortium aiming to bring together human resources professionals from large companies and experts from training organizations (internationally recognized business and engineering schools). The consortium provides a framework that enables its partners to share best practices in e-learning for management and technology, and to share e-learning content of a high technological and educational quality, innovative online learning experiences and approaches, and e-learning opportunities and needs. The basis of the project’s business model is the development of a shared catalog of e-learning courses enriched by partners over the years. Bridge-eLearning is administered by a steering committee, together with the e-learning committee at the operational and functional level. This paper presents the objectives and functioning of Bridge-e-learning, the achievements of the first year of existence and the perspectives for the next years.

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