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Mídias digitais, identidade, desenvolvimento aberto, educação a distância, marginalização, migração

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O papel das mídias digitais e da aprendizagem são frequentemente sinônimo do uso de recursos educacionais abertos em ambientes institucionais formais. Além disso, a aprendizagem aberta e a distância (EAD) tem sido criticada por se concentrar estritamente em objetivos educacionais, ignorando as questões sociopolíticas de acesso e de participação de populações marginalizadas. Este estudo examina as experiências de vida de um grupo de trabalhadoras domésticas migrantes (N = 20) em Cingapura que frequentam a Open University. As mídias móveis e as redes sociais complementam os recursos da EAD para permitir as práticas abertas de consumo, a produção e o intercâmbio em contextos distribuídos de aprendizagem digital. Os estudantes marginalizados intervêm em atividades participativas e colaborativas, com práticas de privacidade específicas de acordo com as suas posições sociais. A aprendizagem digital levou a um conhecimento substancial para o empoderamento pessoal e a transformação social, com estratégias de aspiração que frequentemente envolvem habilidades digitais. A discussão reflete sobre a gestão de identidades em ambientes digitais formais e informais como uma forma de transformar os discursos sociais de discriminação.

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Chib, A., Bentley, C., & Wardoyo, R. (2019). Distributed digital contexts and learning: Personal empowerment and social transformation in marginalized populations. [Entornos digitales distribuidos y aprendizaje: Empoderamiento personal y transformación social en colectivos discriminados]. Comunicar, 58, 51-61. https://doi.org/10.3916/C58-2019-05

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