History of Learning
Digital learning techologies – in particular those online – allow for ubiquitious learning (aka uLearning) by providing teaching materials to be accessed anytime, anywhere (Liu, 2009; Research on ubiquitous CSCL, n.d.). With uLearning, learners with diverse backgrounds can access the information, leading to the need for individualised material – e.g. providing the material in multiple languages.
Liu, J. (2009). Individualized selection of learning objects. Retrieved 20th February, 2012, from: http://library.usask.ca/theses/available/etd-05122009-093502/unrestricted/Thesis_Final_JianLiu.pdf
Research on ubiquitous CSCL. (n.d.) Retrieved 20th February, 2012, from: http://www-yano.is.tokushima-u.ac.jp/ogata/clue/