Blending Spaces

Blending Spaces

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Based on the empirical case of an e-learning project of the International Cooperation agency InWEnt / Capacity Building International, this study does all three-in-one: First, it reflects current Web-based and Blended Learning scenarios. Second, it provides a space-theoretical discussion of the foundations of Internet research: the online and physical environments of reference. Moreover, it applies Actor Network Theory to blending online and physical interaction spaces.In this chapter, I provide a critical evaluation of Actor Network Theory (ANT). I firstoutline its history and conceptual base (section 4.1). I then concentrate on influential concepts of actor-network elements and spaces. These understandings ofanbsp;...

Title:Blending Spaces
Author: Julia Maintz
Publisher:LIT Verlag Münster - 2009

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