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PAPER SUBMITTED TO ICICTE 2008

Based on a Lefebvrian view of spatiality, the paper endeavors to offer a spatial understanding of how information and knowledge are digitally reconstructed by ICT systems. It proposes an analytical model of theoretical approximations of learning in ICT learning environments, termed Infogramic Analysis. This model, aims to identify patterns of power, domination and struggle within digital information channels of human/ICTs communication and interaction, and to advance our understanding of how learning occurs in digital communication and of how ICTs organize our representations and realities of the world within and around us, and consequently necessitate and direct decisions of social action.

Andoniou, C. (2008). Fractal fetishes: Essays on the Organization of the System of Information. VDM: Saarbr├╝cken.
Foucault, M. (1986). Of Other Spaces. Diacritics, 16, 22-27.
Lefebvre, H. (1991). The Production of Space. Oxford, UK and Cambridge, MA:Blackwell.
Soja, E. W. (1996). Thirdspace: Journeys to Los Angeles and Other Real-and-Imagined Places. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
Wilson, M. I. & Corey, K. E. (2000). Information Tectonics. Chilchester: Wiley.

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