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A theoretical review and new directions for designing hybrid learning spaces with web2.0 technologies

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Authors
Park, Seong Ik; Lee, Sun Hee
Issue Date
2011
Publisher
서울대학교 교육종합연구원
Citation
SNU Journal of Education Research, Vol.20, pp. 1-18
Keywords
learning spaceshybrid learning spacelearning space designaffordance-based designweb2.0 technologies
Description
2011
Abstract
Learning spaces can have a significant impact on learning. The

emergence of virtual space with information technology has transformed

the spatial design and organization of the learning spaces. Embodied

web2.0 technologies, which empower learners and allow learners’

collaboration, sharing, and participation between asynchronous and

synchronous, have been increasingly changing the way of learning and

extending the learning spaces. In spite, an important piece of

restructuring learning spaces with web2.0 is not concerned. The

purpose of this study is to conceptualize comprehensive constructs for

understanding the learning spaces and explore the learning

technologist's roles for designing learning spaces with web2.0

technologies through a hybrid approach. Some suggestions for the

learning technologists when they design for hybrid learning spaces with

web2.0 are as follows: Utilization of affordance-based design through a

hybrid approach; Application of self-directed learning strategies in

hybrid learning spaces; Integration of Net gen-based design with

content strategies; Focusing of designing space for learning itself
ISSN
1225-5335
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/75374
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