Learning Management-Systeme schränken Kreativität ein
By virtue of their intent and design, course management systems impose limitations on instructional creativity and approach. They aren't designed to encourage innovative teaching. As products marketed to institutions to help them integrate resources, they are designed along the lines of inventory control or commercial enterprise applications.Von Lisa M. Lane im Journal Educause Quarterly 2/2008 (2008) im Text Toolbox or Trap?
With the emergence of new learning management systems and virtual learning environments based on alternative pedagogy, and the advent of Web 2.0 applications such as blogs, wikis, and social networking, one thing has become clear: the standardized nature of integrated commercial systems is limiting pedagogy. Although particularly an issue for novice users, it can even pose problems for experienced online instructors.Von Lisa M. Lane im Journal Educause Quarterly 2/2008 (2008) im Text Toolbox or Trap?
Is, then, AI creative? From the perspective of generating novel and unexpected output—and based on currently accepted conceptions and assessment methods of creativity—this study must conclude that, yes, it is. The impact of this fact will likely shape not only the practical applications of AI’s simulated creativity in business and overall human life, but how we understand the unique operation of human creativity as well.Von Erik E. Guzik, Christian Byrge, Christian Gilde im Text The originality of machines (2023)