Digital adult literacy in virtual learning environments The case of xMOOCs in energy sustainability
Canchola González, José Antonio
Glasserman Morales, Leonardo David
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Humanity is currently experiencing constant political, economic, cultural, and social changes, produced by the interaction and use of technology. Adults are adapting to new technologies with certain obstacles and difficulties in their professional context and especially in the area of their learning. Digital literacy for adults allows them to include themselves and take advantage of technology in their daily life. Evaluation instruments have been made to measure the level of digital literacy; however, a study on the impact of the level of digital literacy of adults in the context of learning virtual environments is required, specifically the xMOOC. Therefore, this research focuses on analyzing the digital skills, that affect the completion of xMOOC courses. In addition to setting a reference framework or digital literacy assessment scale to know the skills of the participant in those courses.
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