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  1. Authors: Josep M. Duart
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2015 7:70200011
  2. Online social learning involves distributed learners interacting through the use of Web 2.0. In many cases, Web 2.0 interactions are limited to information exchange and do not provoke knowledge construction. S...

    Authors: Rebecca Ferguson
    Citation: RUSC, Universities and Knowledge Society Journal 2011 8:8010316
  3. The new learning environment characterized by P2P networking allows for new forms of learning and new ways of knowledge production. One must be careful, however, not to confuse the more mature concepts of flui...

    Authors: Paul Bouchard
    Citation: RUSC, Universities and Knowledge Society Journal 2011 8:8010288
  4. This article identifies the disconnect between workplace demands and university teaching. It highlights the importance of providing faculty development related to connected teaching and the role of the instruc...

    Authors: Beth Rochefort and Nancy Richmond
    Citation: RUSC, Universities and Knowledge Society Journal 2011 8:8010217
  5. Social networks have existed since ancient times. With advances in technology, they have evolved into modern online social networks. The explosion of online social networks has had a big impact on society in g...

    Authors: Gabriel Valerio Ureña and Jaime Ricardo Valenzuela González
    Citation: RUSC, Universities and Knowledge Society Journal 2011 8:8010142
  6. This article describes the findings and conclusions drawn from a study analysing the role of the teacher/tutor in two e-learning experiences undertaken at two public institutions in Asturias, Spain, in the 200...

    Authors: Carlos Rodríguez-Hoyos and Adelina Calvo Salvador
    Citation: RUSC, Universities and Knowledge Society Journal 2011 8:8010080
  7. The Redes Educativas 2.1 (Educational Networks 2.1) project attempts to investigate the potential of social media and collaborative environments on the Internet for teaching-learning processes. To that end, we us...

    Authors: Diego Levis
    Citation: RUSC, Universities and Knowledge Society Journal 2011 8:8010025
  8. The new socioeconomic and cultural scenarios of the knowledge society demand a new approach to higher education, which must find solutions not only to overcome social and cultural exclusion — particularly in L...

    Authors: Beatriz Fainholc
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2010 7:70200016
  9. Based on the study “e-Learning Uses at Andalusian Universities: State of the Art and Analysis of Good Practices”, the main aim of the article is to establish what perceptions students have of their experience ...

    Authors: Julio Cabero Almenara and María del Carmen Llorente Cejudo
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2010 7:70200014
  10. The article seeks to typify e-learning as a transversal object of study particular to the development of the network society. To that end, the article presents the conceptual premises, the institutional framew...

    Authors: Cristóbal Suárez Guerrero
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2010 7:7020074
  11. This article describes and analyses an information competency training programme for students, implemented by the University of La Laguna library. The initial experience began in 2006, when several information...

    Authors: Carmen J. Hernández Hernández
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2010 7:7020048
  12. This article explains why university libraries assume, as one of their priorities, the development of lecturers’ and students’ information competencies. It also explains some of the options for achieving that ...

    Authors: José Antonio Gómez Hernández
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2010 7:7020037
  13. On the basis of transformations occurring in the educational model as a consequence of the shift from “producing” to “generating” knowledge, the impact of the digital divide threat, and the rise in “corporate ...

    Authors: Miguel Ángel Marzal García-Quismondo
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2010 7:7020026
  14. Higher education as an institution should respond to the philosophy underlying the predominance of all things digital and of the Social Web in society, both today and tomorrow. In doing so, it should take an i...

    Authors: Cristóbal Pasadas Ureña
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2010 7:7020016
  15. This article contains a series of concepts connected with the new challenges and commitments for higher education institutions in the knowledge society. These challenges not only imply significant changes to t...

    Authors: Juan de Pablos Pons
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2010 7:7020006
  16. The aim of this study is to assess, using a series of gender indicators, the impact that gender policies contained in Spanish university regulations and strategic plans have had on the current situation of fem...

    Authors: María Jesús Morales Caparrós, María José Luna Jiménez and Ana Isabel Esteban Pagola
    Citation: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 2010 7:7020001

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