Futurelab: Personalisation and Digital Technologies

Abstract : The 'Personalisation and Digital Technologies' report moves the personalisation debate forward by focusing specifically on the potential of digital technologies in four key areas: enabling learners to make informed educational choices; diversifying and acknowledging different forms of skills and knowledge; creating diverse learning environments; and developing learner-focused forms of assessment and feedback. The report also contains a Learner's Charter, which sets out a series of entitlements that young people should expect from their learning if it were personalised. (http://futurelab.org.uk/research/personalisation/report_01.htm)
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Hannah Green, Keri Facer, Tim Rudd, Patrick Dillon, Peter Humphreys. Futurelab: Personalisation and Digital Technologies. 2005. ⟨hal-00190337⟩

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