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Aprendizaje en Equipos Virtuales: Un Estudio Empírico

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  • Julio César Acosta Prado


  • María José Turbay Posada
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    Este artículo producto de investigación analiza la relación entre participación y procesos de aprendizaje en equiposvirtuales, a partir del enfoque de Van Offenbeek (2001) sobre aprendizaje en equipos como un procesoderivado de la presencia de subprocesos de búsqueda, distribución, interpretación y, almacenamiento y recuperaciónde información. El estudio empírico se realizó en una institución de educación superior de Colombia. Losresultados muestran correlaciones significativas entre participación y los subprocesos, búsqueda de información,distribución e interpretación de datos, sin embargo no entre participación y el subproceso almacenamiento y recuperaciónde información. Finalmente, con base a los resultados obtenidos se proponen aplicaciones prácticasy se describen las limitaciones del estudio.

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    Volume (Year): (2011)
    Issue (Month): (September)

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000461:010579
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    1. Offenbeek, Marjolein A.G. van, 1999. "The influence of workflow systems on team learning," Research Report 99A58, University of Groningen, Research Institute SOM (Systems, Organisations and Management).
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