Promoting Creativity and Innovative Spirit in the Learning Process Through Advanced Web-Based Technologies
Throughout the history of evolution of humanity, knowledge, creativity and innovation have been the decisive factors in the intellectual as well as the economic development. However, lately, the tools necessary to crate, share and apply knowledge have cardinally changed. As a result, the economy is transformed into an economy which has knowledge and creativity at its foundation, as a cornerstone, and the production process generates an innovation-based production, which involves the use of knowledge applied in technology, know-how, new organizational structures and management. The current generation has little and a fairly fragile experience in the development and evolution of the capitalist state and, thus, it is not prepared to deal with the economic crisis and the stages of recession. For this purpose, a philosophy of change, flexibility and intelligent survival is welcome. Under such conditions, it becomes absolutely necessary for the citizens of a country to be trained towards the development of flexible and adaptable behavior by cultivating creative skills and innovative spirit. Based on classifications of online tools and Web technology solutions applied through advanced learning methods, the conditions for their application and use will be analyzed, looking at the effects that have been recorded so far and further refinements.
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