Corpus ID: 5606167

Awareness and reflection in technology enhanced learning

  title={Awareness and reflection in technology enhanced learning},
  author={Milos Kravcik and Alexander Mikroyannidis and Viktoria Pammer-Schindler and Michael Prilla and Thomas Daniel Ullmann and Fridolin Wild},
Reflection is a key activity for learning in organizations. While technology support for reflection on the individual and collaborative level is promising, it remains challenging to embed these learning activities into the organization. To better understand and support reflection in the workplace, it is important to see the mutual dependencies between reflective learning activities and knowledge maturing. In this paper, we seek to bridge the gap by presenting a conceptual model linking… Expand
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