E-LEARNING AND THE INFORMATION SOCIETY (DIGITAL LITERACY. (Digital…
E-LEARNING AND THE INFORMATION SOCIETY
Society of Information
Since the end of the last century a new society has emerged, in which knowledge is the basis of the development of countries, this society is known as a knowledge society.
Recycling, adapting and adjusting to the demands and demands imposed by the new technologies obliges, above all adults, to make an enormous training effort aimed at acquiring the instrumental, cognitive and attitudinal competences derived from the use of digital technologies.
The second problematic issue has to do with the quantity and nature of the information we receive.
These terms "virtual" and "real" may seem, apparently, opposite. However, when we refer to the virtual we do it taking into account the same characteristics and effects of the real objects or situations that are represented.
Features of e-Learning
Allows students to go to their own learning pace
It is a training based on the concept of training when it is needed (just in time training)
It allows the combination of different materials
With a single application can be attended to a greater number of students
.5. Knowledge is an active process of construction, etc.
Digital literacy is more than just mice and keys. We can not reduce the basic preparation for living in the Information Society (digital literacy) to provide the skills needed to manage the current equipment, current technologies.
is also included in some versions of Microsoft Works. It is available for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS platforms. The first version of Word, released in 1983, was for the MS-DOS operating system and had the distinction of introducing a large number of people to the mouse.
Like Microsoft Word, it currently has a dominant market.
Used to create multimedia slides, ie composed of text, images, sound, animations and videos. Office Mobile for Windows Mobile 5.0 and later have a version of PowerPoint called PowerPoint Mobile.
: It is also a data manager that collects information relating to a particular subject or purpose, such as tracking customer orders or maintaining a music collection.
. THE ENVIRONMENT OF E-LEARNING TRAINING ORGANIZATIONS.
A first phase is related to mere computer literacy and was confused with the learning of concrete programming languages, such as Basic or Logo.
A second phase is the one that puts the emphasis on the physical introduction but also on the curricular incorporation of the new technologies
A final phase, in which we are still, as of 2001, and that is expressed with the decrease in the ranking of priorities of educational policy of everything related to ICT
Una tercera fase, es la que puede denominarse de asunción de un concepto de aplicación de las TIC como lema político.
LEGAL ASPECTS OF E-LEARNING.
The e-Learning courses are defined as teaching-learning processes through the Tics, this modality allows students to access content, activities, forums, videoconferences, more easily and without time restrictions
ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF E-LEARNING: CHANGE MANAGEMENT
It is a professional development society whose mission is to support the processes of change management, organizational learning and effective and quality learning through elearning.
In the face of major organizational changes, it is an economic and efficient tool capable of reaching and interacting with people without any kind of demographic, temporal or hierarchical barrier.