Innovative Shift in Smart Learning Environment

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Hadya S. Hawedi
Abdulghader Abu Reemah A. Abdullah

Abstract

Innovations in smart learning represent a domain of knowledge transfer platform to boost the effectiveness of the educational practices and learning outcome. The uniqueness of this form of electronic-assisted has been widely accepted as it provides its users with a powerful multi-search tool to access learning content that meet their intended needs. The transformative changes in the learning platform provide a flexible teaching/learning online outlet that has increasingly been adopted to improve learning outcome. In this study, the effectiveness of innovation in information and communication technologies (ICT) as a platform to rapidly transformed learning environment is discussed. Potential of smart learning environment is discussed and relevance of its flexibility in the learning environment and adaptable features for training workers in an organizational setting. This review extensively highlights the position of smart learning system in improving conventional learning and organizational practices that are limited in scope and their functioning environment.

Keywords:
Smart learning environment, ICT, learning culture, learning environment, macro learning.

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How to Cite
Hawedi, H. S., & Abdullah, A. A. R. A. (2020). Innovative Shift in Smart Learning Environment. Asian Journal of Research in Computer Science, 6(3), 36-44. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajrcos/2020/v6i330162
Section
Review Article

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