ELPapers-EN-Volume-14 - ICT and lifelong learning for a...

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ICT and lifelong learning for a creative and innovative Europe Findings, reflections and proposals from the Learnovation project Editorials Introduction: Creativity and Innovation in learning through ICT Lieve Van den Brande, European Commission Over-expectation or under-exploitation? Claudio Dondi, Scienter Articles Learning in the life of digital natives Author: Walter Kugemann (ILI-FIM) Contributors: Nikitas Kastis (Lambrakis Foundation), Claudio Delrio (Scienter), Fabio Nascimbeni (MENON), Roberto Carneiro and Josè Lagarto (Universidade Católica Portuguesa) e-Learning, Lifelong Learning and Innovation in the working world Authors: Stefania Aceto and Claudio Dondi (Scienter) Contributors: Roberto Carneiro (Universidade Católica Portuguesa) and Claudio Delrio (Scienter) New Horizons for Higher Education through e-learning Author: Andras Szucs (EDEN) Contributors: Claudio Dondi and Claudio Delrio (Scienter) Informal learning in the era of Web 2.0 Authors: Elina Jokisalo and Antoni Riu (P.A.U. Education) Contributors: Fabio Nascimbeni (MENON), Thomas Fischer (ILI-FIM), Joe Cullen (Arcola Research) and Walter Kugemann (ILI-FIM) elearningeuropa.info eLearning Papers
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A special publication by Learnovation in cooperation with the eLearning Papers to support the European Year of Creativity and Innovation 2009 Learnovation project The Learnovation project (co-funded by the European Commission, DG Education and Culture, under the Lifelong Learning Programme KA4) is aimed at stimulating a consensus-based definition of e-learning and technology-enhanced learning, in order to encourage the use of these two forms of learning when implementing lifelong learning strategies across Europe. Learnovation addresses the needs and problems of the existing e-learning vision in Europe by adopting an iterative, open and reflexive approach that will first prepare, then openly discuss, and finally target and disseminate a new articulated vision for European e-learning. Learnovation analyses innovative paradigms and links them to relevant policy priorities through the e- Learning Territories filter in order to: Help to overcome functional problems relating to e-learning and its development; Contribute to illustrating how e-learning is following different evolutionary paths in different territories; Support networking, coordination and integration among sectoral, specialised and national observatories and projects; Promote more focused benchlearning by shifting from comparative national assessments towards a more reflective and adaptive analysis of differentiation factors; Contribute to the identification and collection of relevant indicators on e-learning development and the impact within each territory. Learnovation website: www.elearningeuropa.info/learnovation
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