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Analysing New Learning Culture 3.0: The Move from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0 and Implications for Technology Enhanced Learning

  • With a focus on Technology Enhanced Learning, this paper investigates if and to which extent a culture shift can be expected alongside with the adoption of currently emerging Web 3.0 technologies. Instead of just offering new opportunities for the field to improve education, such a culture shift could lead to unexpected general consequences not just for Technology Enhanced Learning but the whole educational sector. Understanding the dimension of expectable changes enables us to prevent conflicts and pointedly support culture-related change processes. After an introduction of the Revised Onion Model of Culture, which, later on, serves as theoretical foundation, expectable changes in the design of learning scenarios are analysed, distinguishing the stakeholder groups “learners” and “educators”. Eventually, the found changes are analysed to which extent a general culture shift is to be expected in order to understand the transferability and limitations of future research results in the field.

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Document Type:Conference Object
Author:Thomas Richter
Parent Title (English):Ciric, Jovanovic (Eds.): Proceedings of the 6th Conference on e-Learning (eLearning-2015), Belgrade Metropolitan University, Belgrade, Serbia, 24–25 September 2015
First Page:14
Last Page:21
Publication year:2015
Tag:Culture; E-Learning; E-Learning 2.0; E-Learning 3.0; Learning 2.0; Learning 3.0; Onion Model of Culture; Revised Onion Model of Culture; TEL; Technology Enhanced Learning; Web 2.0; Web 3.0
Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC):3 Sozialwissenschaften / 30 Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie / 306 Kultur und Institutionen
3 Sozialwissenschaften / 37 Bildung und Erziehung / 370 Bildung und Erziehung
Entry in this database:2018/10/23