Abstract: The potentials of pervasive communication in learning within industry and education are right know being explored through different R&D projects. This paper outlines the background for and the possible learning potentials in what we describe as pervasive learning environments (PLE). PLE's differ from virtual learning environments (VLE) primarily because in PLE's the learning content is very much related to the actual context in which the learner finds himself. Two local (Denmark) cases illustrate various aspects of pervasive learning. One is the eBag, a pervasive digital portfolio used in schools. The other is moreover related to work based learning in that it foresees a community of practitioners accessing, sharing and adding to knowledge and learning objects held within a pervasive business intelligence system. Limitations and needed developments of these and other systems are discussed and perspectives as regards the need also for a pedagogical grounding are outlined.
|Status||Udgivet - 2006|
|Begivenhed||Teacher Education International Conference 2006 - Orlando, Florida, USA|
Varighed: 19 mar. 2006 → 22 mar. 2006
|Konference||Teacher Education International Conference 2006|
|Periode||19/03/06 → 22/03/06|