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VETNET ECER 2000 Proceedings: List of papers 
(The authors' names are linked to the individual abstracts incl. download of full-text paper) 

VETNET Programme 2000

  • Arnell-Gustafsson, Ulla. School-arranged or market-governed workplace training? A labour-market perspective.
  • Brown, Alan & Bjørnåvold, Jens. Prospects for mutual learning and transnational transfer of innovative practice in European vocational education and training.
  • Bruijn, Elly de & Moerkamp, Trudy. Powerful learning environments in vocational education: a conceptual model. 
  • Collin, Kaija. Searching for the meanings of learning at work: cases of product planners. 
  • Dif, M'hamed. Induced labour mobility through continuing vocational training: Investigating its development and role in the French context during the last three decades.
  • Edvardsson-Stiwne Elinor & Stiwne, Dan. Expectancies and realities – evaluations and research on engineering students’ experiences of their first semesters. 
  • Esch, Wil van. The international dimension in Dutch VET: outputs and impact of Leonardo da Vinci.
  • Gendron, Bénédicte. A Demand of education as a strategic demand in a context of job rationing and job scarcity: the analysis of further education after post-secondary vocational education in France.
  • Griffiths, Toni & Guile, David. Learning  and work experience: European perspectives on policy, theory and practice. 
  • Hardy, Marcelle & Parent, Carmen. Alternance and workplace training: interns' experiences. 
  • Heiskanen, Lilli & Jokinen, Pauliina. The FLEX-VET project in Finland: vocational training including mechatronics and the training needs of the Finnish metal industry.
  • Holmes M.E.A., Geertshuis S.A., Clancy D. & Bristol A. Earner/ Manager's uncertainty of their capacity for innovative problem solving: an ICT based solution.
  • Kämäräinen, Pekka. ‘Key qualifications’ - a new framework for analysing the modernisation of vocational qualifications and curricula.
  • Manning, Sabine. What can we learn from dually oriented qualifications? Lessons drawn by the LEONARDO partnership DUOQUAL. 
  • Marsh, Cecille. End user computing at a South African Technikon: Enabling disadvantaged students to meet employers’ requirements.
  • Marsh, Ken. New Deal and the colleges - forcing new wine into old bottles? 
  • McFarland, Jean R. International employees plead for education and assistance in adjusting to living in foreign cultures.
  • Rouhelo, Anne & Ruoholinna, Tarita. Special features of the Finnish labour market and Challenges for Education.
  • Sambrook, Sally. Factors influencing learners' perceptions of the quality of computer based learning materials.
  • Seddon, Terri. Exploring capacity-building: between neo-liberal globalisation and national systems of education and training.
  • Stenström, Marja-Leena & Lasonen, Johanna. European strategies for reforming initial vocational education.
  • Tjepkema, Saskia & Mulder, Martin. HRD in learning oriented organisations in Belgium, the Netherlands and the UK. Contribution # 1 The Netherlands.
  • Vicenik, Petr & Virolainen, Maarit. Factors influencing changes in the scope of individual VET qualifications: comparison between Finland and the Czech Republic.
  • Wognum, Ida. What works in enhancing HRD effectiveness? 
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