Tecnologías digitales para la innovación en educación: una revisión teórica de procesos de aprendizaje mediados por dispositivos móviles

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Óscar Iván Rodríguez-Cardoso, M.Sc. https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1203-4999
Vladimir Alfonso Ballesteros-Ballesteros, Ph. D. (c) https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6920-789X
Sébastien Lozano-Forero, M.Sc. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9551-165X

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Los dispositivos móviles ocupan un lugar preponderante en la vida cotidiana de las personas y las posibilidades de aprender con la mediación de estos dispositivos han adquirido mayor relevancia en los últimos años y han generado una contribución significativa a la educación entre los sujetos que aprenden en educación superior alrededor del mundo. El objetivo de este artículo de revisión consiste en presentar los resultados de investigación más relevantes que se han forjado frente a las concepciones de aprendizaje móvil, experiencias de vinculación en diferentes lugares del mundo, los desafíos más notables y el horizonte que debe conducir los nuevos esfuerzos investigativos al respecto. Los resultados revelan que las intenciones de los sujetos que aprenden, y de aquellos que enseñan, están influenciadas por varios factores que incluyen la ventaja relativa, la complejidad, la influencia social, el disfrute percibido y la autogestión del aprendizaje. Al proporcionar una imagen de la disposición de los estudiantes para adoptar el aprendizaje móvil, este estudio ofrece implicaciones útiles y provechosas para los desarrolladores de aplicaciones y contenidos que pueden orientar el diseño e implementación de sistemas integrales de aprendizaje.

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