I’m keen to hear from higher education academics who might be interested in creating a journey and running it with their students, undergrad or post grad. So what’s involved in taking part in smart learning research? This page tells you what you need to know.Read more →
These are map visualisations of feedback from learners taking part in smart learning journeys. They show where learners posted their feedback reports, and include images uploaded and comments from the learner, as well as the name of the journey. Currently updating almost automatically, with small human assistance.
The first learning journey map using Google Maps. This journey is a first example of learning using location based information to guide where to go and what you can find out when you get there.
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