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Métodos mistos, e-pesquisa, tecnologias, design de aprendizagem, pesquisa educacional, estudo de caso, revisão de literatura, técnica Delphi

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Atualmente, as tecnologias desempenham um papel fundamental nos processos de pesquisa educacional, especialmente quando são realizados projetos complexos ou a partir de perspectivas integradoras (quantitativas e qualitativas). As facilidades oferecidas por novas ferramentas e dispositivos tecnológicos influenciam constantemente a forma como a pesquisa educativa é levada a cabo. Por conseguinte, essa crescente importância da tecnologia para a pesquisa educacional exige uma reflexão mais profunda, não apenas sobre seus benefícios evidentes, mas também sobre seus possíveis inconvenientes e limitações. Neste artigo, explora-se essa tensão em um projeto de pesquisa a partir de uma estratégia mista centrada na identificação e compreensão das barreiras que impedem a adoção de ferramentas/métodos de Design de Aprendizagem, um problema importante no campo da aprendizagem aprimorada pela tecnologia [Technology Enhanced Learning]. Diferentes atores (professores e pesquisadores) participaram de um projeto de pesquisa que inclui uma revisão sistemática de literatura, técnica Delphi e um estudo de caso, gerando um projeto muito articulado com tecnologias para cada fase. No documento descrevem-se as principais repercussões metodológicas das tecnologias empregadas nos diferentes métodos aplicados e na pesquisa em geral. As conclusões do documento destacam que, embora as tecnologias sustentem em grande medida um alto nível de complexidade e ajudem a articular o próprio desenho, também podem dar lugar a resultados superficiais ou tendenciosos.

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Recebido: 28-02-2020

Revisado: 16-03-2020

Aceite: 27-04-2020

OnlineFirst: 15-06-2020

Data de publicação: 01-10-2020

Tempo de revisão do artigo: 17 dias | Tempo médio de revisão do número 65: 36 dias

Tempo de aceitação do artigo: 58 dias | Tempo médio de aceitação do número 65: 78 dias

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Dagnino, F., Dimitriadis, Y., Pozzi, F., Rubia-Avi, B., & Asensio-Pérez, J. (2020). The role of supporting technologies in a mixed methods research design. [El rol de las tecnologías de apoyo en un diseño de investigación de métodos mixtos]. Comunicar, 65, 53-63. https://doi.org/10.3916/C65-2020-05

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