During the last decade we’ve seen an enormous change in the availability of tools and technologies to assist people in their learning process. These also impact education in the field of IS. So far there’s been isolated use of these technologies which are being reported in literature. There is no clear method of deciding whether or not to engage and use these new technologies. The choice for specific supportive environment is quite often made purely on technological arguments. These arguments are often enforced by choices made on the institutional level (the University or any other educational institute). There is a growing inconvenience with this technological emphasis. A choice process based on a more educational argumentation is urgent needed. In recent years we developed a method to meet this need. During this workshop we will explain the approach, apply it to courses of the attendants, while also seeking more input from different learning approaches.
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