Self-regulated and Informal Learning: Understanding How New Digital Contexts Support Autonomous Learning Processes

Veronica Donoso, Licia Calvi
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The aim of this paper is to reflect on the new challenges associated to online digital content creation and use and its impact on learning based on some of the findings of the ongoing eContentplus European project KeyToNature. This three-year project aims at developing interactive e-tools for learning and teaching biodiversity providing common access to data and interactive educational tools for the identification of organisms tailored to the needs of different educational users. A theoretical approach based on self-regulated and informal learning will be the basis upon which our findings will be framed.

keywords: Learning contexts, learning processes, e-learning tools, biodiversity


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