Ubiquitous Learning Architecture to Enable Learning Path Design across the Cumulative Learning Continuum
AbstractThe past twelve years have seen ubiquitous learning (u-learning) emerging as a new learning paradigm based on ubiquitous technology. By integrating a high level of mobility into the learning environment, u-learning enables learning not only through formal but also through informal and social learning modalities. This makes it suitable for lifelong learners that want to explore, identify and seize such learning opportunities, and to fully build upon these experiences. This paper presents a theoretical framework for designing personalized learning paths for lifelong learners, which supports contemporary pedagogical approaches that can promote the idea of a cumulative learning continuum from pedagogy through andragogy to heutagogy where lifelong learners progress in maturity and autonomy. The framework design builds on existing conceptual and process models for pedagogy-driven design of learning ecosystems. Based on this framework, we propose a system architecture that aims to provide personalized learning pathways using selected pedagogical strategies, and to integrate formal, informal and social training offerings using two well-known learning and development reference models; the 70:20:10 framework and the 3–33 model. View Full-Text
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Karoudis, K.; Magoulas, G.D. Ubiquitous Learning Architecture to Enable Learning Path Design across the Cumulative Learning Continuum. Informatics 2016, 3, 19.
Karoudis K, Magoulas GD. Ubiquitous Learning Architecture to Enable Learning Path Design across the Cumulative Learning Continuum. Informatics. 2016; 3(4):19.Chicago/Turabian Style
Karoudis, Konstantinos; Magoulas, George D. 2016. "Ubiquitous Learning Architecture to Enable Learning Path Design across the Cumulative Learning Continuum." Informatics 3, no. 4: 19.
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