DOI: https://doi.org/10.7203/relieve.20.2.4343

Impacto de la Sociedad del Conocimiento en la universidad y en la comunicación científica


Resumen


A la largo de las dos últimas décadas y como resultado de la introducción y uso intensivo de las tecnologías de la información y del conocimiento en general y de internet en particular, la universidad esta viviendo un proceso de transformación complejo que afecta a sus estructuras académicas y organizativas así como también a su concepción de metodología docente. Las TIC han evidenciado la necesidad de establecer estrategias de coherencia institucional en su uso y aplicación, así como la posibilidad de ampliar los ámbitos de acción institucional y el acceso masivo a la formación superior. Y todo ello pone de manifiesto el cambio existente de un modelo de formación basado en la transmisión del conocimiento, que estaba bien delimitado y bajo acceso restringido, a otro que debe fundamentarse en facilitar la competencia de aprender a personas que viven en un mundo en cambio constante y con acceso abierto a la información y al conocimiento. Todo ello, además, conlleva a una transformación en las dinámicas de comunicación y difusión del conocimiento científico, que se convierte en abierto, accesible y sometido al análisis de las redes sociales de conocimiento

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Educación superior; sociedad del conocimiento; e-learning; acceso abierto; ciencia abierta; altmetric

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