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As public institutions embrace new modes of delivery, including online delivery and workplace-based delivery, the roles they are performing are changing. Some are moving towards becoming service brokers or accrediting agencies rather than providers. Approaches need to be found to transform individual and small-scale initiatives involving the new learning technologies into institutional and systemic change. There has often been a failure to move innovations from the innovators and early adopters of innovation to institution or system-wide application.
Even when the technology is serving to transmit information, the information being transmitted is structured in particular ways to achieve educational purposes. It is the way that the information is structured that is of greatest importance here, not the speed or accuracy with which the information is carried from point to point. It is unfortunately the case that many educational multimedia programmes do not conform to sound pedagogical principles. Many do little more than present large volumes of information—much of it textual.
Tacit knowledge is not the sort of book knowledge that is acquired through formal education. Tacit knowledge is the knowledge we acquire through our experience of acting in the world. It is the type of knowledge that lets us recognize the face of someone we know. It is also 38 Context the type of knowledge that gives rise to intuition and imagination. The value of tacit knowledge is that it is available to the person even without their having made the decision to acquire it or to act upon it. In everyday life, we rely on tacit knowledge most of the time.