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Connect 2.0: A collaborative partnership for creative change Print E-mail
By Sandy Phillips and Mary Manning   

Abstract

The use of web 2.0 has fostered a major shift from the dominance of independent study to more collaborative and interactive learning. This is reflected in the curriculum expectations in Victoria where students develop as creative, active and inquiring learners. Web 2.0 technologies provide an ideal medium for this curriculum model to be realised. This article illustrates the journey made possible through the ongoing partnership and shared objectives of the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) and the School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV) in identifying, sharing and exploring best possible online resources and tools for 21st Century learning.

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