Dispositivos móviles en la educación: tendencias e impacto para la innovación

Yois Smith Pascuas-Rengifo, John Arley García-Quintero, Martin Alonso Mercado-Varela

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La innovación es fundamental para el desarrollo de nuevos productos que contribuyan a la generación de valor en la sociedad. Dentro de la educación, la integración de tecnologías de la información y las comunicaciones ha posibilitado la innovación de los procesos de enseñanza-aprendizaje, como es el caso de la utilización de dispositivos móviles (M-Learning) dentro y fuera del salón de clase. En la presente investigación se analiza producción académica sobre la utilización de dispositivos móviles con fines educativos, privilegiando el análisis de las tendencias e impacto. Los principales hallazgos de esta investigación evidencian que la adaptación del M-Learning debe ser una prioridad dado que es la base para el desarrollo de otras estrategias como la realidad aumentada, realidad virtual, realidad mixta, gamificación, laboratorios virtuales y remotos, y la integración de la inteligencia artificial en pro de fortalecer los desafíos del sistema educativo.

Innovation is essential for the development of new products that contribute to the generation of value in society. Within education, the integration of information and communication technologies has enabled the innovation of teaching-learning processes, as is the case of the use of mobile devices (M-Learning) inside and outside the classroom. This research analyzes academic production on the use of mobile devices for educational purposes, favoring the analysis of trends and impact. The main findings of this research show that the adaptation of M-Learning must be a priority since it is the basis for the development of other strategies such as augmented reality, virtual reality, mixed reality, gamification, virtual and remote laboratories, and integration of artificial intelligence in order to strengthen the challenges of the educational system.


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innovación educativa; dispositivos móviles; aprendizaje móvil; tecnologías de la información y la comunicación; tendencias educativas

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