from The Open University
Alternatively you can skip the navigation by pressing 'Enter'.
Timewatch: The Princess Spy: The Princess SpyThursday, 27th August 2015 00:05 - BBC FourThis episode of the 2006/2007 series of Timewatch is repeated as a stand-alone programme. Read more: Timewatch: The Princess Spy: The Princess Spy
The world’s busiest railway 2015 – Mumbai Railway: Episode 3Available until Friday, 25th September 2015 22:00The third episode goes behind the scenes to reveal the hidden areas of the station unseen by commuters. Read more: The world’s busiest railway 2015 – Mumbai Railway: Episode 3
The world’s busiest railway 2015 – Mumbai Railway: Episode 2Available until Thursday, 24th September 2015 22:00
The world’s busiest railway 2015 – Mumbai Railway: Episode 1Available until Tuesday, 29th September 2015 19:00
More or Less: Diabetes, burglaries and rail faresAvailable for over a year
The music from An Introduction to Music ResearchIf you're studying the free course An Introduction to Music Research, this is the audio for... Listen now: The music from An Introduction to Music Research
OpenLearn Live: 27th August 2015Why Malibu might not be around forever, plus more free learning across the day. Read more: OpenLearn Live: 27th August 2015
Challenges in advanced management accountingThis free course, Challenges in advanced management accounting, focuses on strategic management... Try: Challenges in advanced management accounting now
English: skills for learningThis course is for anybody who is thinking of studying for a university degree and would like to... Try: English: skills for learning now
Creativity, community and ICT
What do you think being creative means? This unit engages with the debates surrounding...
What do you think being creative means? This unit engages with the debates surrounding the term ‘creativity’ and explores ways in which ICT creates new opportunities for creativity and collaborative working. The unit would be of interest to teachers, parents and carers, and can be studied on an individual basis or as part of a school-based training session.
After studying this unit you should be able to:
- engage in debates on different views of creativity and form a view on what creativity means;
- recognise the ways in which individuals can be creators and generators of new knowledge;
- explore ways in which ICT creates new opportunities for creative, collaborative activity.
- Current section: Introduction
- Learning outcomes
- 1 Exploring creativity
- 2 Creative communities and ICT
- 3 A knowledge-building community
- 4 Collaborative creativity
- 5 A community of writers
- 6 One hundred possibilities
Study this free course
Enrol to access the full course, get recognition for the skills you learn and track your progress. Make your learning visible!
Creativity, community and ICT
The activities in this unit are designed to support an individual or group of teachers in preparing a school-based training session for colleagues on creativity and information and communications technology (ICT) in the curriculum.
Copyright & revisions
Originally published: Thursday, 21st July 2011
Last updated on: Wednesday, 5th September 2012
- Creative-Commons: The Open University is proud to release this free course under a Creative Commons licence. However, any third-party materials featured within it are used with permission and are not ours to give away. These materials are not subject to the Creative Commons licence. See terms and conditions. Full details can be found in the Acknowledgements section.
- This site has Copy Reuse Tracking enabled - see our FAQs for more information.
If you enjoyed this, why not follow a feed to find out when we have new things like it? Choose an RSS feed from the list below. (Don't know what to do with RSS feeds?)
Remember, you can also make your own, personal feed by combining tags from around OpenLearn.