El profesor 2.0

El artí­culo

El Profesor 2.0: docencia e investigación desde la Red

por I. Peña y C. Círcoles, es una excelente introducción al mundo de la “nueva” web social, en la cual el conocimiento se comparte y se crea colaborativamente. Ese artí­culo se publica en la revista académica UOC Papers, que se edita en la Universidad Abierta de Cataluña, una de las más reconocidas universidades virtuales del mundo.

Otros artí­culos interesantes sobre el tema Web social:

Social software and learning: An Opening Education report from Futurelab

Por Martin Owen, Lyndsay Grant, Steve Sayers and Keri Facer.

El próximo es de autorí­a de Ulises Mejí­as:

A Nomad’s Guide to Learning and Social Software

A continuación el resumen:

Innovations in educational technology are often seen as opportunities to transform learning, and social software (blogs, wikis, social bookmarking, etc.) is no exception. But are the tensions between pedagogies and social software the result of attempts to make the latter conform to traditional teaching practices, or are they signs of real opportunities for rethinking learning processes?

About Antonio Vantaggiato

Professor, web2.0 enthusiast, and didactic chef.
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