Learning Innovation for the Twenty-First Century
This chapter combines the complex notion of incremental and radical innovations, especially associated with the exploitation and deployment of new technologies, with that of students’ learning experience in higher education. It cites the detailed “case study” of the learning innovation strategy at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom. It provides a framework and model to assist in making choices and taking action for exploration and application.
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