Learner Control in Personal Learning Environments: A Cross- Cultural Study

Ilona Buchem, Gemma Tur Ferrer, Tobias Hölterhof, Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, Scripting News, Jun 03, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes

According to the authors, "research on learner control in context of PLE has moved beyond computer assisted programs, intelligent tutoring systems and learning management systems towards authentic learning contexts mediated by technology in which the learner may have a greater control of either tangible or intangible elements of a learning environment." This paper develops that research, looking at degrees of perceived personal ownership in cross-cultural settings. The paper is from a special issue of the Journal of Literacy and Technology  on personal learning environments.

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