Educación Superior: Pandemia COVID-19

Palabras clave: editorial, COVID-19

Resumen

La situación de emergencia sanitaria llevó a las universidades que imparten formación presencial a adaptarse a la virtualidad. Durante este periodo sus acciones han sido cruciales para salvaguardar el progreso educativo (Wang et al., 2020), dentro de sus posibilidades, se han esforzado en hacerlo de manera ágil y rápida, no planificada. Han utilizado los recursos tecnológicos con los que contaban, han coordinado una intensa labor de reprogramación, aprendizaje y adaptación por parte del profesorado y alumnado (Crawford, 2020). Todo ello, a la par de la conciliación, entre estos nuevos escenarios de aprendizaje en casa y su vida familiar.

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Publicado
2020-12-31
Cómo citar
Valdivia Vizarreta, P. (2020). Educación Superior: Pandemia COVID-19. Revista Digital De Investigación En Docencia Universitaria, 14(2), e1388. https://doi.org/10.19083/ridu.2020.1388