El m-learning en el aprendizaje presencial: un curso híbrido en economía
[The m-learning in "face to face" learning: an hybrid course in Economy]
AbstractThe introduction of new Information and Communication Technologies (ITC) on the teaching at university level has culminated in unstoppable innovation teaching process and generates new learning ways. One of the last learning phenomenon has been “m-learning”. As open, cheap, and global way of transmitting knowledge, this new teaching system has in MOOC (Massive Open On-line Courses) courses the best example. Dynamism of this courses and high level of student’s interaction made us think about the possibility to integrate some pedagogical resources used in m-learning methodology in our classes in order to increase student’s participation and develop their professional abilities and competences. Our experience is focused on subjects in the field of general economics. We have incorporated during academic year m-learning tools that seemed us more adequate in person class. Our criteria have based on our previous experience as students in Coursera, Canvas and EdX courses. The main aim of this paper is share our experience, tools used for develop it and discuss about main results obtained.
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Date of creation: 08 Nov 2013
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m-learning; MOOC courses; teaching innovation;
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