Gestión del aprendizaje en Educación Superior y web social

Zapata-Ros, Miguel Gestión del aprendizaje en Educación Superior y web social., 2013 [Preprint]

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English abstract

This work originates in a proposal for features and quality indicators, published as "Quality assessment in social learning environments" (Zapata-Ros, 2011) on the integration of learning management systems and social web environments in the Higher Education. The work proposes the validation of the indicators and the need for a framework for a pedagogical model and an instructional design.

Spanish abstract

Este trabajo tiene su origen en una propuesta de rasgos e indicadores de calidad, publicado en el trabajo “Evaluación de la calidad en entornos sociales de aprendizaje” (Zapata-Ros, 2011) sobre la integración de sistemas de gestión del aprendizaje y entornos de web social en la ES. Se plantea con él la validación de los indicadores y la necesidad de un marco de modelo pedagógico y de diseño instruccional . También ante la insuficiencia, en el contexto de generalización de la web social como medio singular de comunicación y de convivencia de estudiantes y profesores, de políticas instituciones que las integren.

Item type: Preprint
Keywords: social web, higher education, social software, web 2.0, web social, la educación superior, el software social,
Subjects: G. Industry, profession and education. > GH. Education.
Depositing user: Dr. Miguel Zapata-Ros
Date deposited: 30 Aug 2013 11:07
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:27


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