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The purpose of this research was to study the urban learning space model of people that would result in lifelong learning and learning communities. Kalasin Municipality has amazing and interesting community learning resources. The learning space is also commonly used, being used solely for the purposes of the area, such as museums, parks, community markets local education, etc. This study was designed to use mixed methods. Using a questionnaire with Taro Yamane sample size estimates, quantitative survey covered 400 people about their opinions on the need for urban learning spaces in Kalasin Municipality. Using focus group discussions and in-depth interviews to find out the mechanisms for driving the participatory learning space of various sectors, the leaders and those responsible for driving the learning space in Kalasin Municipality, including 30 people. The study found that people in Kalasin Municipality need a learning space that is a meeting space to discuss public issues that arise in the community, which promotes trust and respect. These types of learning spaces are areas for exchanging learning that can bring tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge, resulting in consensus decisions.
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