Covid-19: desafíos y oportunidades para el aprendizaje en línea

Covid-19: Challenges and Opportunities for Online Learning

Palabras clave: Covid-19; enseñanza remota de emergencia; métodos de migración digital; desafíos; oportunidades.


La Organización Mundial de la Salud ha declarado al Covid-19 como una pandemia que ha representado una amenaza contemporánea para la humanidad. Esta pandemia ha forzado con éxito el cierre global de varias actividades, incluidas las educativas, y esto ha resultado en una tremenda migración de universidades en respuesta a crisis con el aprendizaje en línea como plataforma educativa. Se discutieron los métodos de migración de respuesta a crisis de universidades, profesores y estudiantes, desafíos y oportunidades y es evidente que el aprendizaje en línea es diferente de la enseñanza remota de emergencia, el aprendizaje en línea será más sostenible mientras que las actividades de instrucción se volverán más híbridas siempre que los desafíos experimentados durante esta pandemia se exploran bien y se transforma en oportunidades.


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Dávila Morán, R. C., Ruiz Nizama, J. L., & González González, J. I. (2021). Covid-19: desafíos y oportunidades para el aprendizaje en línea: Covid-19: Challenges and Opportunities for Online Learning. Revista De Filosofía, 38(97), 354-370.