%A William J. Clancey %T A Situated Cognition Perspective on Learning on Demand %X Rather than conceiving of learning on demand as finally memorizing someone else?s theory, we might consider how people create and interpret their own representations in practice to model the work they are doing, weigh alternatives, and coordinate with others. %D 1993 %K situated cognition, human learning, learning on demand, just-in-time learning, instructional design %I Lawrence Erlbaum Associates %P 181-183 %L cogprints303