Cómo surge la innovación en colectividades de aprendizaje colaborativo en línea



En este artículo analizamos el marco de participación en un corpus compuesto de 30 horas de sesiones en línea entre estudiantes de pregrado, sus profesores y expertos internacionales sobre innovación y emprendimiento. Presentamos una interacción multimodal de lenguaje verbal y corporal para el análisis de eventos momento a momento de interacción social en contextos de aprendizaje colaborativo en línea, enfocándonos en la manera en la que los participantes interactúan tanto con expresión verbal como no verbal.

Se han podido identificar los vínculos entre participantes en procesos interactivos que siguen patrones y estructuras similares. Por ejemplo, la innovación se muestra en situaciones colaborativas y distribuidas de grupos de trabajo estructurados que fomentan dinámicas para incentivar el intercambio de conocimiento e ideas. Gracias al análisis de interacción multimodal es posible explorar procesos grupales innovadores y obtener nuevos conocimientos sobre cómo estos procesos surgen de manera colaborativa de los grupos.

Palabras clave

Innovación educacional, Educación a distancia, Análisis cualitativo, Análisis de conversación, Interacción multimodal


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