Digital Learning Environments
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DescriptionThis chapter introduces the reader to four foundational and emerging issues facing individuals who are engaging with the design, development, and evaluation of digital learning environments. These are the following: ● organizational structures used to categorize digital learning environments ● the design of digital learning environments for effective and meaningful learning experiences ● the debate on guided vs minimally guided instruction within digital learning environments ● the issue of appropriated and repurposed digital learning environments being rarely neutral.
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