Platforms such as Zoom, Wikipedia, and YouTube among others have contributed to emergency of a new culture of learning where play, questioning, and as well as imagination play a crucial role in a continued quest for knowledge. Through participatory engagements, the more experienced individuals are bound to mentor the less experienced individuals through a creativity.
Learner dialogue is fundamental to start the process of analysis, leading to re-purposing and sharing of resources purposely for obtaining feedback from supportive aristocrats within a personal learning network. By building confidence and independence, a healthy culture of learning motivates people to find their inner creative-self and become trendsetters.
Mobile learning can be used to support socially connected learning communities, with teachers using it to design more creative teaching strategies that encouraged and supported learner-driven innovation and ways of working together. By developing innovative models of learning that personalize experiences and incorporating new opportunities for using open accessible content, teachers can develop increased opportunities for obtainment of qualifications needed in the workplace through assessment of existing competency and knowledge presented in portfolios.
By engaging learners with Open Educational Resources, trainers empower scholars to take the lead, solve problems, and work collectively to produce artifacts that they share, discuss, reconfigure, and redeploy. Therefore, creativity is inevitable when learners are fully involved in the learning processes.
Technologies representative of the social participatory Web lead to more open practices that inspire learner-generated content, peer critique, and collective aggregation, where the material collated or created by individuals can be augmented by the wider community through peer feedback, tagging, sharing, and modification.