TITLE

PERCEPCIONES DEL BLOG COMO PORTAFOLIO VIRTUAL Y ESPACIO PARA EL DESARROLLO DEL APRENDIZAJE COLABORATIVO EN LA FORMACIÓN DE LOS TRABAJADORES SOCIALES

AUTHOR(S)
MEJÍAS, CARLOS; GUTIÉRREZ, LUIS; HERNÁNDEZ, VÍCTOR
PUB. DATE
December 2011
SOURCE
UCMaule - Revista Académica de la Universidad Católica del Mau;dic2011, Issue 41, p45
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
As a consequence of globalization many processes in human life have changed, which includes how to learn and teach. In this specific scenario ICTs have been positioning themselves in the educational process to become a major facilitator and motivator of learning. In this study we would present the use of virtual portfolio and blog as a space for the development of collaborative learning in the training of social workers at the Catholic University of Maule, and how this tool was perceived by students.
ACCESSION #
83133928

 

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