Supporting lifelong learners to build personal learning ecologies in daily physical spaces
October 20, 2013 Editor 0
This paper presents the results from a questionnaire filled out by 147 lifelong learners with the aim to analyse learning practices of adults, and to recognise patterns of lifelong learners in order to support them with technology. These patterns capture the context in which lifelong learners are more willing to learn, that is, the day of the week, duration, location activity being performed, type of device being used, way to interact with their devices and how these aspects can affect when an adult student takes the initiative to learn. Likewise, this paper examines previous publications on surveys, questionnaires and information collected with the same objective, to corroborate and contrast the findings. Moreover, we present a literature review on augmented tangibles for learning identifying potential contexts to orchestrate tangibles depending on the physical space where they are normally used. As an outcome of this work, important research questions are raised to integrate smart learning objects in learner-centred ecologies of resources.
Go to Source
- The 5 Most Effective Educational Technology Interventions
- Perceptions of Creativity in University–Industry Partnerships: A Pedagogical Approach
- Management Learning, Performance and Reward: Theory and Practice Revisited
- Creativity and cheating: Mwahahaha…
- Communities of practice, knowledge acquisition and innovation: a case study of science-based SMEs
- What Are the Knowns and Unknown in m-Education?
Subscribe to our stories
- SL Crowd Green Solutions September 21, 2020
- Digital transformation in the banking sector: surveys exploration and analytics August 3, 2020
- Why Let Others Disrupt You? Take the Smart Self-Disruption Journey! August 3, 2020
- 5 Tips for Crowdfunding During the Pandemic August 3, 2020
- innovation + africa; +639 new citations August 3, 2020