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STUDENTS' EXPERIENCES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THE INFORMATION AND EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES IN THE TRADITIONAL AND DIGITAL PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

STUDENTS' EXPERIENCES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THE INFORMATION AND EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES IN THE TRADITIONAL AND DIGITAL PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Irena Pulak

Abstract: The modern student is functioning in two learning environments, the traditional and the digital. Both areas complement each other, but the importance of the virtual space used for educational purposes is steadily increasing. There are new technological tools which enable to use advanced e-learning and blended learning methods.

The article presents the results of a diagnostic research on the possibilities of building an educational environment by the students. This paper describes the most commonly used traditional and digital educational resources. The research results show the experience of students in the field of organizing and managing educational resources in both traditional and digital personal learning environments . It also presents ICT tools most commonly used by students in organizing their own learning environment and describes the habits associated with the collection and storage of information.

Keywords: learning environment, personal learning environment, virtual learning environment, information organization, information competencies,  digital competencies.

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