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Learning is often viewed as something individuals do as they acquire information and skills. It is usually associated with some form of instruction. Dr Wenger presents a different perspective on learning, one that starts with the assumption that learning is an inherent dimension of everyday life and that it is fundamentally a social process.
created May 22, 2015
updated August 24, 2015