Entorno virtual para cocrear recursos educativos digitales en la educación superior

Translated title of the contribution: Virtual environment to co-create digital educational resources in higher education

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Abstract

This article presents an approach of a virtual learning environment, which through an online platform allows the co-creation of digital educational resources for higher education in Colombia. This proposal results from a research process oriented to the application of effective teaching-learning methodologies and strategies for university environments. Co-creation is approached as a significant method for the design of learning contents, due to the representative relationship among the actors involved in the resources production (user-designer), and the theoretical and experiential knowledge that each one has and is applied in a virtual environment. The main objective of the study is "to implement a model for the co-creation and production of open educational contents through the usage of a virtual platform", which is circumscribed in the qualitative perspective, from the hermeneutical methodological approach. As results and conclusions, it is stated that the concept of co-creation opens up multiple possibilities to create enriched processes, led and generated by both the teacher and the students. It is a two-way action where both profiles propose, produce, and distribute in order to generate educational resources and share interest and common knowledge.

Translated title of the contributionVirtual environment to co-create digital educational resources in higher education
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)101-112
Number of pages12
JournalCAMPUS VIRTUALES
Volume9
Issue number1
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2020

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