Connections not boundaries: Future learning and physical spaces

Thomson, Sheona (2015) Connections not boundaries: Future learning and physical spaces. Architecture Australia, 104(5), pp. 51-55.

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In the developed world, we feel the effects of "digital disruption" in our experiences of the spaces of retail, hospitality, entertainment, finance, arts and culture, and even healthcare. This disruption can take many forms: augmentation of physical experience with a digital complement such as the use of a bespoke mobile application to navigate an art museum, ordering food on digital tablets in a restaurant, recording our health data to share with a doctor. We also rate and review our experiences of a wide range of services and share these opinions with diverse others via the social web.

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ID Code: 90854
Item Type: Journal Article
Refereed: Yes
Keywords: Universities and colleges, Forecasts and trends, Buildings and facilities, Planning, Learning environment, Learning technologies, Collaborative learning, Networked learning
ISSN: 0003-8725
Divisions: Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Chancellery
Deposited On: 30 Nov 2015 22:32
Last Modified: 01 Dec 2015 20:58

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