VISIR has collected more than 120 micro-Innovation practices, defined as real-life spontaneous bottom-up innovation cases where ICT is successfully applied to learning practices to build digital and other key competences.
Micro innovation practice are cases of:
a) high impact, meaning that they have or have had an impact in building digital and other key competences. Th impact is not necessarily on a large scale, it can also be limited to small scale like a classroom within one school or a company within a value chain.
b) bottom-up nature, meaning that they shall not simply respond to a policy but they derive from the idea of an individual or a community/company/university. They could also be unexpected results of a policy or initiative.
c) innovative applications of ICT for learning, meaning that it should “do something new” either in the way they use ICT or in other pedagogical, organisational, economic way.