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La irrupción de constantes tecnologías en el mercado provocan cuando menos el desconcierto y el temor de los ciudadanos, que se sienten incapacitados para «dominar» estas «nuevas tecnologías» o «tecnologías avanzadas». El autor de este trabajo nos introduce en una clarificación conceptual de las mismas, al tiempo que nos ofrece pautas para rentabilizar estas tecnologías en el ámbito educativo, desde su vertiente psicopedagógica.

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Tirado-Morueta, R. (1998). Las tecnologías avanzadas en la enseñanza: aspectos psicopedagógicos. Comunicar, 10, 192-197. https://doi.org/10.3916/C10-1998-29

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