Just-in-Time Learning

Just-in-Time Learning

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Personalized learning experience which organizes the learning assets into coherent learning activities for each person, based on ones preferences, requirements, and knowledge. Through the appropriate application of a pedagogical strategy to a learning activity, the effectiveness and efficiency of learning can increase significantly. The strategy behind the process is pedagogically informed to ensure that the learning experience is suitable for the learner and the environment. By utilizing appropriate pedagogical strategies in the personalization process, learning objects generated for a learner will be appropriate to the learning objective and to the way learning is delivered. This kind of learning exploits the potential of multimedia to make interactive learning immediate, compelling, and closer to individual needs and learning styles. [1]


  1. www.computerworld.com (5 March 2008), calico.org (5 March 2008)