VISIR searches micro-innovation practices
12.07.2012 | Best European practises will be collected
Are you currently managing or involved in interesting, innovative ICT learning projects which could be used as best practice cases in Europe? Then tell us about it.
The EU funded project VISIR, in which MFG Baden-Württemberg is participating as a sub-partner, is trying to identify micro-innovation practices that are real-life spontaneous bottom-up innovation cases where ICT is successfully applied to learning practices, in order to build digital competences in Europe.
The VISIR project is looking for practices that have an impact in building digital and other key competences, that are bottom-up, meaning that they shall not simply respond to a policy but shall derive from the idea of an individual or a community/company/university. The ideas should be also innovative, meaning that they “do something new” either in the way they use ICT or in their pedagogical, organisational, economic approach.
If you would like to contribute, check the website for more information .
The VISIR project started at the end of 2011, on the initiative of seven European Networks, with the aim of developing a shared vision on how ICT may help making lifelong learning a reality for all based on real-life scenarios and insights.