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Space to Learn: A Case of Distributed Space

  • Andrew Harrison

Abstract

The following case study is of the concept of “distributed space” — not as a technical term as in time block coding in wireless communication, for example,1 but as a form of international and intercultural communication, specifically in academic environments. Growing evidence of the importance of this topic is provided, for example, by the March 2015 conference in Sydney, Australia: New Generation Learning Space Design 2015,2 to explore how massive adoption of new technologies, changing curricula and transformation of student study habits have resulted in education institutions needing to rethink teaching and learning environments.

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