eLearning, work and employability
This line investigates the relationship between online learning and work outcomes (employment, salaries, employability). We explore how eLearning, individual characteristics, and employee employability interact.
Most relevant recent publications:
Martínez-Cerdà, J.F., Torrent-Sellens, J., González-González, I. (2020). Socio-technical e-learning innovation and ways of learning in the ICT-space-time continuum to improve the employability skills of adults. Computers in Human Behavior, 107, 105753.
Martínez-Cerdá, J. F.; Torrent-Sellens, J.; González-González, I.; Ficapal-Cusí, P. (2018). Opening the Black-Box in Lifelong E-Learning for Employability: A Framework for a Socio-Technical E-Learning Employability System of Measurement (STELEM). Sustainability, 10, 1014.
Martínez-Cerdá, J.-F., Torrent-Sellens, J. (2017). Formal lifelong e-learning for employability and job stability during turbulent times in Spain. International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 18(6), 261-287.
Torrent-Sellens J.; Ficapal-Cusí P.; Boada-Grau J. (2016). Dispositional employability and online training purchase. Evidence from employees’ behavior in Spain. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 831.
Jiménez-Zarco; A.I., González-González, I., Saigí-Rubio, F., Torrent-Sellens, J. (2015). The Co-learning process in Healthcare Professionals: Assessing User Satisfaction in Virtual Communities of Practice. Computers in Human Behaviour, 51(B), 1303-1313.