Keywords

Tecnologías Digitales, Prácticas Culturales Visuales, Sostenibilidad Cultural, Patrimonio Cultural, Pedagogía Museística.

Abstract

El presente trabajo trata de analizar las vías digitales que podrían incorporarse a la pedagogía museística, que podrían ser útiles como herramientas y prácticas educativas para lograr un desarrollo sostenible de la pedagogía museística como prácticas culturales visuales en la promoción de la educación cultural en China. El equipo investigador ha elegido un marco de investigación en el que las tecnologías digitales, las prácticas culturales visuales y el patrimonio cultural podrían mejorar significativamente el desarrollo sostenible de la pedagogía museística en China, con la adaptación pedagógica y la sostenibilidad cultural como objetivos primordiales de los museos en China. La investigación fue de naturaleza cualitativa, en la que una pequeña muestra de ocho informantes del personal directivo de los museos chinos realizó una entrevista semiestructurada. Según los resultados de la investigación, las tecnologías digitales, las prácticas culturales visuales, el patrimonio cultural, la adaptación pedagógica de los museos y la sostenibilidad cultural promovieron significativamente el desarrollo sostenible de la pedagogía museística en China. Este trabajo aporta diversas implicaciones teóricas y prácticas, que se han elaborado junto con los resultados de la investigación. Sin embargo, también tiene limitaciones de investigación que serán ventajosas para que los investigadores modifiquen sus estudios en el futuro

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Received: 2023-05-25 | Reviewed: 2023-06-21 | Accepted: 2023-09-01 | Online First: 2024-01-16 | Published: 2024-03-31

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