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Commentary on: Simon, B., Dolog., P., Miklós, Z., Olmedilla, D. and Sintek, M. (2004). Conceptualising Smart Spaces for Learning

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Rory McGreal

Athabasca University, canada
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Abstract: A Smart Space for Learning (SSL) is a proposed software application system supporting access to individualized learning materials and experiences using Personal Learning Assistants (PLAs). PLAs are intelligent agent software applications that aid the learner in searching for relevant content across a distributed network. They hold the promise of harnessing the power of the network to break the cost barriers that have restricted learning environments to time- and location-dependent cohort groups. Using SSL, individual learners should be able to navigate their way through the large mass of materials available on the World Wide Web and build themselves a coherent and cohesive learning plan that is independent of time and place.

Editors: Terry Anderson and Denise Whitelock.

How to Cite: McGreal, R., (2004). Commentary on: Simon, B., Dolog., P., Miklós, Z., Olmedilla, D. and Sintek, M. (2004). Conceptualising Smart Spaces for Learning. Journal of Interactive Media in Education. 2004(1), p.Art. 18. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/2004-9-mcgreal
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Published on 21 May 2004.
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