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Studying the learning practice: implications for the design of a lifelong learning support system

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2 Author(s)
Vavoula, G.N. ; Univ. of Birmingham, UK ; Sharples, M.

A phenomenological study of personal experiential learning was conducted. This informed a descriptive Framework of Lifelong Learning (FoLL) which describes four facets of lifelong learning: the learner, the organisation of learning, the process for carrying out learning projects, and the breakdowns that occur during, or because of, learning. The FoLL was then used to derive a set of general requirements for a lifelong learning support system. System design has commenced based on these requirements. The paper discusses the FoLL and presents the system's general requirements

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Advanced Learning Technologies, 2001. Proceedings. IEEE International Conference on

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