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[PDF] Evolución de la Tecnología Educativa como Disciplina Pedagógica

[PDF] Evolución de la Tecnología Educativa como Disciplina Pedagógica | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

El artículo ofrece una sistematización de la evolución de la Tecnología Educativa (TE) desde sus inicios en los años cuarenta hasta nuestros días. Se realiza un profundo análisis epistemológico sobre la evolución conceptual, sobre la base del contexto de su surgimiento, razones de su expansión y rasgos básicos conceptuales.

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Objetos de Aprendizaje (OA) para el acceso a contenidos educativos

Objetos de Aprendizaje (OA) para el acceso a contenidos educativos | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Este artículo se enfoca en los llamados Objetos de Aprendizaje (OA), utilizados como un recurso didáctico que pretende favorecer el acceso a contenidos educativos, específicamente en el contexto de las bibliotecas como promotoras de la Alfabetización Informativa (AI).


Via L. García Aretio, Net-Learning
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Urrutia Torres Martínez, Geovanny Javier's curator insight, July 9, 2014 12:37 AM

Objetos de Aprendizaje (OA), utilizados como un recurso didáctico que pretende favorecer el acceso a contenidos educativos.

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[Podcast] What is the future of Education Technology?

[Podcast] What is the future of Education Technology? | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

As part of the KPCB Leadership Salon series, KPCB General Partner John Doerr led a panel of education technology innovators to discuss how technology has – and will continue to – fundamentally change the way we approach education both in the U.S. and abroad. Panelists included Daphne Koller, Founder at Coursera and professor at the Stanford School of Engineering; Brett Kopf, Co-Founder and CEO of Remind101; and Dan Rosensweig, President and CEO of Chegg.

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Create powerful lessons in minutes with Blendspace

Create powerful lessons in minutes with Blendspace | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Would you like to be able to create online lesson content that includes web pages and resources, videos, pictures, your own digital content and more, grouped together in one online resource for easy access, with a just few clicks.


How about a series of tips on teaching with technology tools, delivered through 3 minute video clips?


Even better yet, how about both of these, at the same time?! Well, here you go …


A few weeks ago we posted our first “3 Minute Teaching With Tech Tip” Video, (Narrating over PowerPoint 2010) and today we add another video to this new series. This new video shows you how quick and easy it is to create and share digital lesson materials on Blendspace, an awesome free application that’s really easy to use.


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Curso online gratuito de Tecnología Educativa - Internet en el Aula

Curso online gratuito de Tecnología Educativa - Internet en el Aula | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Tecnologías Educativas
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Hora: febrero 4, 2013 a las 6pm a abril 21, 2013 a las 7pm
Ubicación: miriadax.net
Página Web o mapa: http://miriadax.net/web/tecno
Tipo de evento: curso, online, gratuito
Organizado por: José Manuel Martínez

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Critical success factors of Technological Innovation

Critical success factors of Technological Innovation | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Information and communication technologies' rapid advancement, coupled with growing demand from a knowledge-driven society, places increased pressure on higher-education institutions to innovate with technology and disseminate the results.1 Researchers have proposed multiple definitions of innovation; however, it commonly refers to "the introduction of a new idea, method, or device."2 Today, the innovation focus is frequently on technology, largely because new technologies can provide flexibility and enhance operations for institutions that invest the time and energy in the adoption process.3


Once institutions decide to pursue a technological innovation, they must consider the logistics of how the process occurs as well as the timing. This may pose a dilemma, as multiple diverse groups on university campuses have differing — and sometimes competing — goals and priorities.  Attempting to meet the demands of the campus community may impact the innovation process in terms of timing and/or addressing strategic goals. For example, some groups may need to move more quickly than practical due to an immediate need or readily available funding, while others may need to move more slowly to allow for thorough identification of requirements or to secure funding. IT leaders often must find a way to navigate this balancing act and meet the needs of their campus.


This research focused on two groups that play primary roles in higher-education innovation efforts: faculty and IT leaders. Faculty members comprise a primary constituent group on university campuses and use many different technologies. The ubiquitous use of technology by faculty and other constituent groups poses a challenge for university IT leaders — one that will likely continue to escalate in the foreseeable future as new teaching and learning tools continue to emerge.4 Meeting this challenge, while ensuring faculty members have an innovative atmosphere in which to be creative, is a major consideration of IT leaders on university campuses.


I conducted a survey to explore the perceptions of faculty and IT leaders regarding the critical success factors (CSFs) that impact technological innovation, adoption, and diffusion. The resulting data can be used to help university faculty members and IT leaders gain a better understanding of the CSFs that help ensure efficacious technological innovation and diffusion in a university setting. It can also help faculty members and IT leaders gain insights into each other's perspectives and create new synergies through collaboration, as well as better support innovation and diffusion processes by focusing efforts on the most critical items.

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Ejercicio práctico de evaluación de una Acción Formativa (1)

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The new and improved WizIQ Online Testing System is here!

The new and improved WizIQ Online Testing System is here! | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Creating online tests for your learners has never been so easy, thanks to the new WizIQ Online Testing System. This improved testing system with a wide array of new features, provides educators like you all the tools you need to quickly, accurately and comprehensively evaluate the progress of learners. It enables you to create standalone tests or add tests to your online courses on WizIQ.


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[OEI] Tecnologías Digitales en el aula: El encuentro entre nativos e inmigrantes (Hugo Martínez)

Conferencia de IBERTIC y Fundación Santillana Nuestros estudiantes están aprendiendo de nuevas y diversas formas, la mayoría de las cuales no están presentes...
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An Introduction to Technology Integration

Integrating technology with classroom practice can be a great way to strengthen engagement by linking students to a global audience, turning them into creato...

Via Alfredo Calderón
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