The Role of the eLearning Student. An Experience: Tutor Online
Online Student Roles
Collaborative Networked Learning
1203.10 Enseñanza con ayuda de ordenador
Fecha de publicación
Hernández, M. J., Fernández, E., Bosom, Á., and Seoane Pardo, A. M. (2006). The Role of the eLearning Student. An Experience: Tutor Online. In N. Mastorakis, A. Cecchi, M. Chang & F. J. García Peñalvo (Eds.), Proceedings of the WSEAS Conference: 5th WSEAS International Conference on E-ACTIVITIES (E-ACTIVITIES '06) (pp. 73-78). Venice, Italy: WSEAS
The Information and Communication Technologies have meant a significant evolution in distance education, thus the roles of the student and the teacher have shifted from a traditional teacher-centred standpoint, to a more dynamic perspective, with the student as the central character. Whereas the role of the teacher has been extensively studied, that has not been the case with the online student. This paper reflects on the role of the online learner and draws some conclusions about the key qualities these students need to be successful in any eLearning setting, from the perspective of the Continuing Education and Specialization course Technologies and Methods in Networked Learning: Tutor Online (TOL), held by the University of Salamanca (Spain) from 2004.
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