sábado, 10 de diciembre de 2016

The Internet and Online Pedagogy @ETHEjournal @SpringerOpen @UOCuniversity and @Uniandes

Hoy traemos a este espacio el monográfico del International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education que tiene como título:

The Internet and Online Pedagogy

Pedagogy and pedagogical thinking, with invaluable support from the various disciplines already concerned with the Internet, reside in the ability to articulate and offer new ways of educational representation. Besides interdisciplinary matters, this construction is not a mechanical path that consists in shifting old pedagogy onto the Internet; nor is it something that can be done at the same speed as the construction of technology. The pedagogical task is to identify a series of educational problems that can open up debate, clarify issues and refine didactic methodologies through educational research. This is the principal interest of this thematic series.
Why simply talk of the Internet in education when it is possible to talk of online pedagogy?
Edited by: Begoña Gros, Cristóbal Suárez and Terry Anderson
  1. Research

    Pedagogies for the open knowledge society

    Learning challenges within the knowledge society cannot be limited to the technological dimension. Learning and education are embedded in economic, political and cultural contexts. Pedagogies reflect this soci...
    Paola Ricaurte
    International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:32
    Published on: 31 August 2016
  2. Research

    Meta-analysis of research in e-learning published in Spanish journals

    E-learning is a way of teaching that presently makes greater sense in the process of democratization of education. This articles describes a meta-analysis performed on Spanish journals found in Social Sciences...
    Julio Cabero-Almenara, Verónica Marín-Díaz and Begoña E. Sampedro-Requena
    International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:25
    Published on: 9 July 2016
  3. Research article

    Virtual empathy as digital competence in education 3.0

    The social and interactive dimension has taken on particular relevance with the appearance of new technologies in education, making the capacity for virtual empathy a key competence for promoting learning proc...
    Rafael García-Pérez, Juan-Manuel Santos-Delgado and Olga Buzón-García
    International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:30
    Published on: 6 July 2016
  4. Research

    Pedagogic dilemmas to flows of knowledge in the age of digital technology

    The main purpose of this paper is to argue why we adopted the socio-technical system as a heuristic device. We understand it is a good methodological resource to interpret what is happening in education system...
    Ángel San Martín Alonso and Ángel García del Dujo
    International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:26
    Published on: 1 July 2016
  5. Research article

    From massive access to cooperation: lessons learned and proven results of a hybrid xMOOC/cMOOC pedagogical approach to MOOCs

    The low completion rate for Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), averaging 10 % across total enrolment, highlights a need for close analysis of the underlying formative model. The methodology used here involve...
    Ángel Fidalgo-Blanco, María Luisa Sein-Echaluce and Francisco José García-Peñalvo
    International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:24
    Published on: 29 June 2016
  6. Research article

    The influence of the internet for pedagogical innovation: using twitter to promote online collaborative learning

    This article analyses a practice of formative peer-assessment based on an experience in university teaching innovation. From a review of the literature on feedback for self-regulation, the traits of formative ...
    Maite Fernández-Ferrer and Elena Cano
    International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2016 13:22
    Published on: 8 June 2016

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