Innovative Technology Orientations in E-learning: from Traditional to Creative

During the past few years we witnessed a remarkable development in the employment field of information technology in teaching and learning, starting with the use of traditional learning management systems such as the blackboard system through blogs and wikis and ending with of social networks such as Twitter and Facebook. However, the use of such systems is no longer enough to satisfy learner's curiosity and his integration into the educational process, which prompting technology learning specialists to employ modern technology innovations to create innovative educational experience free of the usual ways. Reinforces what we have said previously, the tremendous progress in communications technology that we see clearly in smart phones, computers, multi-functional tablet and sensors wearable devices and other developments that synchronized with the availability of permanent Internet connection and integration of these technologies in the daily life of the learners. Creating a new learning environment in which a lot of people who interested in educational technology sees as moving the concept of e-learning to a new dimension exceeds (Mobile Learning) to what is known as (Ubiquitous Learning). Where this concept is based on the principle of learning at any time and any place through the investment of new technologies that rely on the employment of the senses and realize surrounding to create a work environment that interacts with the behavior of the learner and its surroundings. In this paper we will review the latest modern and innovative technologies that have gained acceptance in the field of e-learning, such as: Internet of Things, three-dimensional printing, and inverted chapters and Google glasses, via the following parts: 1. Introduction of innovative and creative technology developments in teaching and learning. 2. Definition of the technologies to be addressed in the paper. 3. Review of international experiences in employing innovative technologies. 4. Submission of a proposed framework for local benefit from such technology. 5. discuss the obstacles to the application of innovative technologies locally. 6. Conclusion and recommendations.