Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Traditional and digital personal learning environment in experiences of university students

an article by Irena Pulak (Jesuit University of Philosophy and Education 'Ignatianum', Cracow, Poland) published in International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning Volume 26 Number 4 (2016)


The article showcases results of the research of university students’ experiences in the field of creating the individual learning environment.

Contemporary learning environments can be built both in the traditional and virtual spaces. They consist of information resources, means of transportation and tools for collecting, processing and cleaning up data, administering and presenting in various, often multimedia forms.

Educational institutions in the formal education framework as well as during informal education where the student individually designs and organises their learning environment can create individual experiences of the personal learning environment.

The ability of creating the individual learning environment, tailored to specific needs, is a significant factor contributing to starting lifelong learning.

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