Developing digital skills to solve information problems through a MOOC
Rodríguez Arroyo, José A.
Ramírez Montoya, María S.
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The study reported here is part of a macro study, which seeks to identify digital competences developed by students and teachers participating in the program MiCompu.Mx in the states of Tabasco, Colima and Sonora in Mexico. This paper presents the experience of a currently ongoing implementation of a Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) addressed to teachers and principals that aims to develop digital skills to solve information problems. The objective of the study is to identify the impact of MOOC in developing the following digital skills: search and select information, organize and process information, to communicate what they have learned and projects planning. For this part of the project a pre-questionnaire and post-questionnaire was implemented to measure the digital skills before and after the MOOC. Results show how the MOOC has beneficiated the participants in the development of the digital skills to solve information problems. Both horizontally (within the same skill) and vertically (from the basic to the more complex skill), each one of the skills had a significant change in the perception of the participants of their level of competency in each one of the skills studied.
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