Marc Humbert is Senior Professor (Quantitative Methods and Information Technology) at Grenoble Ecole de Management, where he has taught since 1984. He is also Associate Dean for eLearning and Innovation, having served as Associate Dean of Faculty from 1993 to 2001. He is involved in a number of European consulting projects focused on eBusiness and eLearning. His research interests include the impact of information technology on management and eLearning. He earned a MSc in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from ENSIMAG (Grenoble) in 1978 and a PhD from INPG (Grenoble) in 1984.
Humbert M. (2007). Vers un nouvel apprentissage : retours d’expérience de IBM et GEM, chapter in : « Management, systèmes d’information et connaissances tacites ». Hermès
Humbert M., (2007). Adoption of Blended Learning by Faculty : An Exploratory Analysis chapter in « The Challenge of Educating People to Lead in a Challenging World” Springer Verlag.
Humbert M., (2005). An Innovative Approach to Addressing Heterogeneity of Large Classes: Results from Teaching Business chapter in “Breaking Boundaries for Global Learning”. Springer Verlag.
Humbert M., Jolly D. (1997). Evaluating several ways to gain access to technological innovation. Gestion 2000 - Management et Prospective Vol. volume 13, n° 6 : 101-117
Humbert M., Jolly D., Thérin F. Building Strategy on Technological Resources and Commercial Proactiveness: The Gemplus Case. European management journal. Vol. Vol15, n°6: 658-666
“Open movements” have gained increasing importance in various areas. In this paper we are interested in the particular case of Open Educational Resources (OER) and more specifically in the use of OER in Management Education.