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iSELF: the development of an Internet tool for self evaluation and learner feedback

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This paper describes the theoretical basis and development of the iSELF: an Internet tool for Self Evaluation and Learner Feedback to stimulate self directed learning in ubiquitous learning environments. In ubiquitous learning, learners follow their own trails of interest, scaffolded by coaches, peers and tools for thinking and learning. Ubiquitous learning solutions include on  and off line, formal and informal learning. To benefit from its possibilities, learners need to develop competencies for self directed learning. To do so, a self evaluation tool can help the learner to get insight in his/her own development, to manage and monitor his/her own learning process, to collaborate in learning, to relate the learning to 'real life' needs, and to take control over educational decisions.


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