Tuesday, November 25, 2008

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The paper adopts a Lefebvrian view of spatiality and proposes a novel spatial perspective in thinking about how the application of information communication technologies affects the flow of information and implicates the construction of knowledge in digital and electronic communication based learning environments. Infogramic Analysis is proposed as an analytical model of theoretical approximations, which aims to advance our understanding of how learning occurs in digital communication and of how information communication technologies in digital and electronic communication based learning environments organize our representations and realities of the world within and around us, and consequently necessitate and direct decisions of social action.

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