Learning spaces, learning environments and the dis'placement' of learning

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If the Net Generation values experiential learning, working in teams, and social networking, what are the implications for classrooms and the overall learning environment? In this chapter from "Educating the Net Generation", Malcolm Brown from Dartmouth University explores the implications of the Net Generation, learning theory, and information technology on learning spaces. Keeping learning principles in mind, he contends that learning spaces for the Net Generation will be described more by the activities they enable than the technology they contain.

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