A Model for Mapping Interactivity in Learning Experiences
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This research is situated at the intersection of technology, education, and design. A design methodology was applied to examine the issues relating to interactivity within these disciplines. The result of this research is a working definition of interactivity aesthetics that can be used across multiple disciplines, and a model of interactivity as a practical means of evaluating the interactivity in any given learning experience.
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