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2020 | 8 | 219-224
Article title

Social networks as a teaching resource in higher education

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Title variants
PL
Internetowe sieci społeczne jako zasoby nauczania w szkolnictwie wyższym
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EN
Abstracts
EN
Technologies have advanced dramatically in all areas of society, gradually being incorporated into Universities, until they have become a very valuable educational resource. In this context of permanent changes, Higher Education is called upon to face the challenges posed by new learning methods, in order to improve the way of producing, organizing and disseminating knowledge. The use of ICTs in teaching process increases access, quality and good results.
PL
Technologie znacznie rozwinęły się we wszystkich obszarach społeczeństwa, stopniowo wkraczając także na uniwersytety, aż do momentu, w którym stały się bardzo cennym zasobem edukacyjnym. W kontekście ciągłych zmian, szkolnictwo wyższe musi stawić czoła wyzwaniom związanym z nowymi metodami uczenia się, aby ulepszyć sposób tworzenia, organizowania i rozpowszechniania wiedzy. Zastosowanie technologii informacyjno-komunikacyjnych w nauczaniu wiąże się ze wzrostem jego dostępności, poprawą jakości i polepszeniem wyników.
Year
Volume
8
Pages
219-224
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Dates
published
2020
Contributors
  • University of Zaragoza
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Publication order reference
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