INFORMATION SKILLS FOR E-LEARNING 2.0
The knowledge based society has altered the way in which humanity works, plays, and learns. The “innovation” of so-called e-learning has been challenged by the tendency to simulate traditional ways of teaching. This study explores the e-learning 2.0 concept, connectivist principles as a framework and the role of online social networks in this form of education. It was conducted with a group of 14 students and 7 graduates from a specific major and 13 professors in a private higher education institution. The main objective of this study was to identify the competencies that university students need to respond to what e-learning 2.0 modality brings forward.
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RIED. Revista Iboeroamericana de Educación a Distancia
Director: Lorenzo García Aretio
UNED, Facultad de Educación
C/ Juan del Rosal, 14
28040 Madrid (España).
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ISSN:1138-2783 - E-ISSN: 1390-3306
Depósito legal: M- 36.279-1997