Applying dynamic information principles to higher education systems: design perspective
by Jeff Barker, Khaled A. Sabry
International Journal of Innovation and Learning (IJIL), Vol. 9, No. 1, 2011

Abstract: This paper promotes the integration of dynamic information (DI) principles with education systems to advance curriculum and instruction from traditional static designs to build dynamic education systems. DI should stimulate and support methodological flexibility for converging learner-centred and knowledge-centred education environments. This convergence is achieved through a complex mix of connected technologies and pedagogical methods. Flexibility and diversity are important principles to permit the application of multiple scalable digital communication tools, teaching methods and decision-making to advance this direction. This paper proposes a list of DI characteristics and a model that support the design of dynamic education systems.

Online publication date: Wed, 26-Nov-2014

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