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Innovation in practice : from consumption to creation
ICT in Education (2003)
  • Elizabeth A Hartnell-Young

This paper focuses on three aspects of innovation: its purpose of supporting lifelong learning during and after schooling, the ways that information and communications technology (ICT) supports learning and knowledge creation, and digital portfolios as an example of learning and innovation. Digital portfolios, containers of multimedia forms of evidence of activities, achievements and reflections, are just one way in which technology can support lifelong learning and the creation and sharing of knowledge.

  • Education,
  • Innovation,
  • Leadership,
  • ICT,
  • Portfolios,
  • Teachers,
  • Professional development
Publication Date
August, 2003
Citation Information
Elizabeth A Hartnell-Young. "Innovation in practice : from consumption to creation" ICT in Education Vol. 26 Iss. 1 (2003)
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