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Revista Lasallista de Investigación

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RUGELES CONTRERAS, Paul Andrés; MORA GONZALEZ, Beatriz  and  METAUTE PANIAGUA, Piedad María. The student´s role in the educative environments mediated by IT. Rev. Lasallista Investig. [online]. 2015, vol.12, n.2, pp.132-138. ISSN 1794-4449.

This article references the results obtained in the research work "Caracterización de experiencias significativas mediadas por las TIC, en Educación Superior virtual" (Characterization of significant experiences mediated by IT in virtual higher education), in which factors that potentiate the configuration of such experiences, such as selfdiscipline, self-learning, critical and reflective analysis and collaborative work were identified (Rugeles, Mora, Metaute, 2013). These factors are approached as key concepts in the role of students in educative environments mediated by IT, where, in a especial way, appears a scope in which students assume roles that make them commit even more with their learning process. Such roles, together, aim to strengthen the subjective and inter subjective capacities of students as committed social beings who can contribute to the social development of their communities.

Keywords : role of virtual students; self-discipline; self-learning; collaborative work; critical and selfreflective analysis; IT tools.

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