Connectivism in the Network Society. The Coming of Social Capital Knowledge

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  • José Antonio Díaz Martínez UNED
  • Teodoro Hernández de Frutos Universidad Pública de Navarra

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https://doi.org/10.5944/ts.1.2018.21358

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community, information, knowledge, network society, Internet, web, digital

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Connectivism is a hypothesis of learning which emphasizes the role of the social and cultural context. The relationship among work experience, learning and knowledge, as expressed in the concept of connectivity, is central to connectivism, motivating the name of the theory. According to the current status of online social network approaches, the interconnected computers increase the human intellect, because the network increases the cognitive capacity of individuals. The change in the role of knowledge that is taking place in society has to do with the relationship between technology and society. A collaborative group of knowledge building in the network is emerging as a result of the technological trends and culture. This article discusses the arrival of Virtual Communities of Building Knowledge (VCBK) as a phenomenon that appears spontaneously online. Traditional theories of learning and construction of knowledge have not taken into account the revolution that has occurred in recent decades due to the emergence of ICT. The connectivism refers to the knowledge in the network that arises from the interaction within a group of knowledge construction. In this paper, we consider some cases of VCBK: GNU/Linux, Wikipedia and MOOC. In VCBK, knowledge is created by the group. The sense or meaning created is the result of the group’s dialogue.

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2018-02-19

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Díaz Martínez, J. A., & Hernández de Frutos, T. (2018). Connectivism in the Network Society. The Coming of Social Capital Knowledge. Tendencias Sociales. Revista De Sociología, (1), 21–37. https://doi.org/10.5944/ts.1.2018.21358

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