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Title: Ecologías de aprendizaje en la era digital: Desafíos para la educación superior
Other Titles: Learning ecologies in the digital age: Challenges for higher education
Author: González Sanmamed, Mercedes
Sangrà Morer, Albert
Souto Seijo, Alba
Estévez Blanco, Iris
Keywords: learning ecologies
informal learning
life-long learning
ubiquitous learning
self-directed learning
higher education
Issue Date: 12-Apr-2018
Publisher: Publicaciones de la Facultad de Educacion y Humanidades del Campus de Melilla
Citation: González-Sanmamed, M., Sangrà, A., Souto-Seijo, A., & Blanco, I. E. (2018). Ecologías de aprendizaje en la era digital: Desafíos para la educación superior. Publicaciones De La Facultad De Educacion y Humanidades Del Campus De Melilla, 48(1), 11-38. doi:10.30827/publicaciones.v48i1.7329
Also see: http://revistaseug.ugr.es/index.php/publicaciones/article/download/7329/6411
Abstract: The immersion of society in the digital age has decisively influenced people¿s ways of behaving, in the field of work, economy, entertainment and teaching. Higher education is undergoing a great transformation due to the technological development in which we are immersed, and these continuous changes have shown the need to keep us updated permanently, thus adopting the idea of life-long learning. Each person and each professional has a wide and diverse range of possibilities to be trained and to learn, which requires individuals to take more and more control over their own learning process. The concept of learning ecologies provides a framework of analysis to know how we learn, and what contexts and / or elements we use to train ourselves, in order to provide us with new learning opportunities. Being aware of the elements and / or contexts that make up our learning ecologies can be a very useful strategy to help us update ourselves in a self-directed and effective way. This has led us to carry out a bibliographic study aimed at identifying some of the aspects that characterize the new ways in which we learn, which will allow us to understand the role that the university should play in today¿s society.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/93292
ISSN: 2530-9269MIAR

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