Yıl 2016, Cilt 2 , Sayı 3, Sayfalar 121 - 130 2016-04-15

A Brief Review of Ubiquitous Learning
Cihaz, Yer ve Zamandan Bağımsız Öğrenmenin Özetlenmiş Bir Değerlendirmesi

Hilal Zeynep ALTINIŞIK [1] , Tufan ADIGÜZEL [2]


One of the technologies that 21st century learners use to gain information is ubiquitous computing. There is a smart infra structure in this system that determines learners’ learning style, location and personal situations. Learners get the right information at the right place in the right way with ubiquitous learning which arises out of this integrated technology. Ubiquitous learning may be associated with mobile technologies but it should not be named as a mobile learning. To unclutter this situation significant articles related with ubiquitous learning and subcategories are examined. As a result of this literature review, it is clearly seen that usage of ubiquitous learning in educational environment generally causes favorable outcomes and this type of learning environment is conducted with mobile technologies. Ubiquitous learning environment, origins of ubiquitous learning, ubiquitous learning in education, UL Applications in Today’s and Tomorrow’s Technology, various supporting devices in UL, Contextualized Effective Teaching Strategies with Ubiquitous Learning are the headlines examined in this literature review.
21. yy öğrenenlerinin bilgiye erişmek için kullanabileceği teknolojilerden biri de “Her yerde hazır Bilişim (Ubiquitous Computing)” seçeneğidir. Bu sistemde, öğrencinin öğrenme stili, konumu ve kişisel özelliklerini tespit edebilen akıllı bir altyapı vardır. Bu teknolojinin entegrasyonu ile ortaya çıkan “cihaz, yer ve zamandan bağımsız öğrenme (Ubiquitous Learning)” ile öğrenenler doğru bilgiye doğru zamanda doğru şekilde ulaşabilmektedirler. Cihaz, yer ve zamandan bağımsız öğrenme mobil öğrenme ile ilişkilendirilebilir fakat bunu mobil öğrenme olarak adlandırmamak gerekir. Bu doğrultuda, alın yazında konuyla ilgili öne çıkan çalışmalar taranmış ve buna göre alt kategoriler oluşturulmuştur. Alan yazın tarama sonucunda, cihaz, yer ve zamandan bağımsız öğrenmenin, öğrenme ortamlarında kullanıldığında genellikle olumlu sonuçlar verdiği ve bu öğrenme ortamının mobil teknolojilerle gerçekleştirildiği açıkça görülmektedir. Cihaz, yer ve zamandan bağımsız öğrenme ortamı, cihaz, yer ve zamandan bağımsız öğrenmenin temelleri, eğitimde cihaz, yer ve zamandan bağımsız öğrenme, bugünün ve yarının teknolojisinde cihaz, yer ve zamandan bağımsız öğrenme uygulamaları, cihaz, yer ve zamandan bağımsız öğrenmeyi destekleyen cihazlar, cihaz, yer ve zamandan bağımsız öğrenmede kullanılan etkili öğretme stratejileri bu taramada incelenen başlıklardır.
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Yazar: Hilal Zeynep ALTINIŞIK
Kurum: BAHÇEŞEHİR ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Ülke: Turkey


Yazar: Tufan ADIGÜZEL
Kurum: BAHÇEŞEHİR ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Ülke: Turkey


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Yayımlanma Tarihi : 15 Nisan 2016

APA Altınışık, H , Adıgüzel, T . (2016). A Brief Review of Ubiquitous Learning . Ardahan Üniversitesi İktisadi ve İdari Bilimler Fakültesi Dergisi , 2 (3) , 121-130 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/aruiibfdergisi/issue/60488/887204