Modelos de producción de Cursos Virtuales de Aprendizaje
Macea Anaya, Mario | 2006-07-01
The purpose of this book is to present a model for the production of virtual learning courses 1 that precisely guides the process of building online courses and promotes high quality, pedagogical diversity and the use of educational standards.
The virtual course production model consists of seven stages: diagnosis, planning, design, quality control, production, publication, evaluation and updating. This model is based on two key strategies: iterativity and incrementality. The first ensures that in each cycle the specified requirements are obtained and the second that the courses are improved so that they can later be published and duly updated.
The achievements made with the application of the model through the development and implementation of a prototype course are the motivation and commitment of teachers for the design of virtual learning courses in different areas of knowledge. On the other hand, the interest of the University of Córdoba is observed in the definition of an institutional policy that incorporates ICTs in educational processes.