The future of technology enhanced active learning – a roadmap
Pahl, Claus and Kenny, Claire (2008) The future of technology enhanced active learning – a roadmap. In: Lytras, M.L. and Gasevic, D. and Ordonez de Pablos, P. and Huang, W., (eds.) Technology Enhanced Learning. IGI Global, pp. 348-375. ISBN 978-159904600-6
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The notion of active learning refers to the active involvement of learner in the learning process,
capturing ideas of learning-by-doing and the fact that active participation and knowledge construction leads to deeper and more sustained learning. Interactivity, in particular learnercontent interaction, is a central aspect of technology-enhanced active learning. In this roadmap,
the pedagogical background is discussed, the essential dimensions of technology-enhanced active learning systems are outlined and the factors that are expected to influence these systems currently and in the future are identified. A central aim is to address this promising field from a
best practices perspective, clarifying central issues and formulating an agenda for future developments in the form of a roadmap.
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