Towards a methodological guide to share knowledge when creating open educational resources
González, Ana María
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People claim the right to study and learn what they desire, when and where they want; for this reason it is necessary to offer flexible training methods that provide real opportunities for independent learning. In order to help solve this need, this article presents a methodological guide (MG) so people without experience or knowledge in software development can create, autonomously, Open Educational Resources (OER) executable in mobile equipment. In addition to MG, is presented a systematization process of experience and the implementation through a case study carried out in Mexico and Costa Rica. As a result participants created REA and appreciated the autonomy provided by the MG on average with 8 of 10 points.
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SourceJ. Espinoza-Guzmán, L. González, S. Forero and A. M. González, "Towards a methodological guide to share knowledge when creating open educational resources," 2016 XI Latin American Conference on Learning Objects and Technology (LACLO), San Carlos, 2016, pp. 1-8
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