Understanding the ecology of the Personally Significant Learning Environment (PSLE): one year on.
Price, Ann M.
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STEPHENS, M., PATTERSON, C., PRICE, A.M., SNELGROVE-CLARKE, E., WORK, F. and CHIANG, V.C.L. 2016. Understanding the ecology of the Personally Significant Learning Environment (PSLE): one year on. In Proceedings of 27th international networking for healthcare education conference (NET2016), 6-8 September 2016, Cambridge, UK. Kingston-upon-Thames: Jill Rogers Associates, Group 2 EIE2, pages 8-9. Available from: https://www.jillrogersassociates.co.uk/net2016abstractsandcorepapers.html
Background - Personal learning environments (PLE) have been shown to be critical in how students negotiate, manage and experience their learning. Understandings of PLEs are largely restricted by narrow definitions that focus on technology alone. The idea of a PLE is often conflated with virtual learning environments. In this presentation, we draw on empirical findings from an international study. Our findings will be of interest to students, educators, researchers and institutions and will facilitate a more in depth understanding of how to support students to create appropriate PLEs for effectively managing their own learning.