Learning to innovate, learning to learn
- Identify opportunities in uncertainty
- Experts in education, publishing, video games and disruptive technologies work to re-imagine the creation of educational content
- Mobilize students’ learning capacities
When we conceive the new publishing as tool construction rather than as an offer of finished and closed content
- Convert borders into territories for innovation
Another day was entirely devoted to the elearning state of the art, under the title: «The diversification of elearning business models: Open edX».
Seven visions of e-learning were presented during this Readmagine edition. All the projects that were explained have in common the use of Open edX as platform software, but each one of them represented a bet in a different direction. Thus, one of the clear conclusions of the day was that in e-learning industry there is also a diversification of business models.
The day around the library’s innovation consisted in a showcase of several experiences that were designed by the FGSR or prototypes that were a result of the collaboration with public networks as well as community initiatives. A gathering was held with residents of San Fermín and Arganzuela (Madrid), with librarians and various experts who shared their projects. The FGSR was working during that year in several projects for the redefinition of the library in Gijón, Madrid and Castilla y León.