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Lista de comprobaci贸n de calidad de un Recurso Educativo Abierto
Alberdi, Lola

Translated titleChecklist for evaluating OER quality
Published5 May 2020
Type of workChecklist
PublisherCedec: Centro Nacional de Desarrollo Curricular en Sistemas no Propietarios
CountrySpain, Europe

ABSTRACT
Los docentes siempre han compartido sus recursos e ideas con los colegas de profesi贸n, bien en forma de sencillos consejos y comentarios en la sala de profesores, compartiendo materiales educativos de referencia o mostrando materiales de elaboraci贸n propia. Pero la presencia de materiales digitales confeccionados por docentes ocupa un espacio cada vez mayor en la Red por las facilidades que diversas aplicaciones y entornos ofrecen, as铆 como por la urgencia que imprime el momento que estamos viviendo. Sin embargo, 驴qu茅 diferencia un Recurso Educativo Abierto (REA) de cualquier otro material que circula por Internet?

Los REA son contenidos de uso educativo que han sido publicados con licencia libre lo cual permite su reutilizaci贸n, adaptaci贸n al aula, modificaci贸n y difusi贸n gratis en la comunidad educativa. Suponen por lo tanto un paso m谩s all谩 de los materiales tradicionales ya que que mediante su uso, modificaci贸n, difusi贸n y mejora podemos adaptar el contenido de nuestra materia a nuestro alumnado, de manera completamente competencial y mediante el uso de las Tecnolog铆as de la Informaci贸n y de la Comunicaci贸n.

Keywords REA · OER · evaluation · quality

LanguageSpanish
RightsCC BY-SA
URLhttps://cedec.intef.es/lista-de-comprobacion-de-calidad-de-un-recurso-educativo-abierto/
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