Learning in Information-Rich Environments
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Learning in Information-Rich Environments I-LEARN and the Construction of Knowledge in the 21st Century by Delia Neuman

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Published by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC in Boston, MA .
Written in English


  • Education,
  • Library science

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Statementby Delia Neuman
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Open LibraryOL25556730M
ISBN 109781441905789, 9781441905796

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What does “learning” mean in an information-rich environment? What are its characteristics? What kinds of tasks should it involve? What concepts, strategies, attitudes, and skills do educators and students need to master if they are to learn effectively and efficiently in such an environment? Learning in Information-Rich Environments I-LEARN and the Construction of Knowledge from Information. Authors: Neuman, D., Tecce DeCarlo, M.J., Lee, V., Greenwell, S. Learning in Information-Rich Environments: I-LEARN and the Construction of Knowledge from Information (2nd ed. ) View larger image By: Delia Neuman and Mary Jean Tecce DeCarlo and Vera J. Lee and Stacey Greenwell and Allen Grant. Information-rich environments can be found in all kinds of educational settings and can bypass those settings entirely, offering possibilities for learning disguised as recreation and entertainment – a movie theater, a concert hall, or even a website hosting a game in which a players must use critical-thinking skills to solve a particular.

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