Innovation Networks

Realising benefits from applying ICT in post-compulsory education is something that might reasonably be described as innovation and networks of people and organisations provide an interesting means to achieve this aim. This is something that JISC and CETIS have been involved with for many years and we collectively have many lessons learned.

I recently set out to think about both innovation and innovation networks in a more structured way, being aware that these are complex topics with considerable existing literature, and to try to capture some of the “what it means for us” in the form of an essay. This is available in PDF and DOC formats.

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  1. Keen to weigh in here, but where and how do you want the critique and discussion? 1-to-1? Here in comments? Or how else would you suggest people react, if not actually responding?

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