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Designing blended spaces to maximise student learning in work integrated learning programs
conference contributionposted on 2009-12-01, 00:00 authored by Friederika Kaider, K Henschke, J Richardson, M P Kelly
This paper describes a case study at a large metropolitan university in Australia where a range of technology-enabled blended spaces are used for interaction, communication and reflection between the work and university environments to enrich students' learning experiences during their work placement year. Blended space design requirements to maximise the learning experience of students undertaking work integrated learning are identified. © 2009 Friederika Kaider, Kathy Henschke, Joan Richardson and Mary Paulette Kelly.