Conceptualizing the emerging field of smart learning environments

  title={Conceptualizing the emerging field of smart learning environments},
  author={Jonathan Michael Spector},
  journal={Smart Learning Environments},
  • J. Spector
  • Published 16 October 2014
  • Education
  • Smart Learning Environments
Learning environments have changed dramatically in the last 50 years, in large part due to information and communications technologies. From the introduction of personal computing and the Internet, there has been a continuing explosion of innovations in support of learning and instruction. Much has been written about new learning approaches and instructional paradigms, but relatively little has been implemented on a large scale with any significant learning outcomes. What has tended to happen… 

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