Studies about students' conceptions of learning have received much attention among educators, as these conceptions may guide students' learning processes and then outcomes. Research evidence also indicates that these conceptions are related to the learning context or environment under investigation. In this talk, I will share a series of studies investigating students' conceptions of learning in technology-enhanced learning environments. The studies cover students' conceptions of web-based learning, ubiquitous learning and learning by online peer assessment. The relationships between these conceptions of learning and their approaches to learning are also addressed in this talk.
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|Publication status||Published - 2012|