Wild, Fridolin; Moedritscher, Felix and Sigurdarson, Steinn
(2011). Mash-Up Personal Learning Environments.
In: Magoulas, George D. ed.
E-Infrastructures and Technologies for Lifelong Learning: Next Generation Environments.
IGI Global, Idea Group Publishing, pp. 126–149.
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In this chapter, the authors formulate a critique on the contemporary models and theories of learning environment design, while at the same time proposing a new approach that puts the learner centre stage. It will be argued that this approach is more apt to explain technology-enhanced learning and is more helpful in guiding (even end-user driven) engineering and maintenance of personalized learning environments. The authors call this new approach a mash-up personal learning environment (MUPPLE) and it is a vision (and prototype) of the future of personalized, networked, and collaborative learning.
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