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Title: LMS y web 2.0 una relación simbiótica en las aulas universitarias. Diseño e integración de actividades pedagógicas 2.0 en una plataforma Blackboard
Author: Rodera Bermúdez, Ana María
Barberà Gregori, Elena  
Keywords: Continuous assessment activities
web 2.0
LMS
instructional design
university
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: RED
Citation: RED Revista de Educación a Distancia. Sección de RED dedicada a enseñanza universitaria: La docencia en la Sociedad del Conocimiento, política y gestión. Número 2. 15 de diciembre de 2010.
Abstract: In this paper we make a thorough description of each of the three tests of continuous assessment (PECs) developed in the Master of Computer Science at the University of Alcalá de Henares (UAH). These have been mediated by five social network technology tools; Glogster, Twitter, Twtpoll, Slideshare and CmapTools which combine with the LMS used for the course. We present the results from each of the previous tests where we observe that after the initial dislocation of the students, the reactions are positive about the integration of different web 2.0 tools in the process of formal education. It also states the conclusions of our work, where we show a series of aims to be considered in order to foster a good relationship and use both learning management systems (LMSs) and 2.0 resources within the educational process. We finally point out the future proposals emerging from the work done and to be done? aiming at innovation. This innovation involves taking responsibility and continues working on possible pedagogical models that cross the barriers of traditional LMSs, ignoring the reality of the 2.0 moment.
Description: Peer-reviewed
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/21961
ISSN: 1578-7680MIAR
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