Abstract—E-learning is prevalent and it is changing the
learning paradigm in the higher education. This results in less
face-to-face contact with educators, lecturers, facilitators and
tutors. Therefore capturing and utilizing experiences of
learners to make it available or sharable to peers can help to
create better environment for learning to improve learning
outcomes and quality. Accordingly, learning especially at
higher education, involves the interaction of human, technology
and knowledge. In this paper, we use the scenario of a typical
blended learning at a university setting to highlight the different
types of learning experiences that can be harnessed and used for
better learning. We also use the scenario to scaffold and
formulate a novel framework of blended learning technological
architecture to show how to harness learning experiences to be
analyzed and possibly be used in a feedback system. We used
analytics to produce our output from the analysis of LEs and
the visual feedback system received favorable comments from
Index Terms—E-learning, learning experience, feedback system, blended learning.
Au Thien Wan is with the Computing Information System Department, InstitutTeknologi Brunei, Brunei Darussalam (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Au Thien Wan, "How Can Learners Learn from Experience? A Case Study in Blended Learning at Higher Education," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 5, no. 8, pp. 615-619, 2015.