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Entornos digitales distribuidos y aprendizaje: Empoderamiento personal y transformación social en colectivos discriminados

Distributed digital contexts and learning: Personal empowerment and social transformation in marginalized populations

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Medios digitales, identidad, desarrollo abierto, educación a distancia, marginalización, migración

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El rol de los medios digitales y el aprendizaje a menudo ha sido sinónimo del uso de recursos educativos abiertos en entornos institucionales formales. Además, el aprendizaje abierto y a distancia (ODL) ha sido criticado por centrarse estrictamente en los objetivos educativos, ignorando las cuestiones sociopolíticas de acceso y de participación de las poblaciones marginalizadas. Este estudio examina las experiencias de vida de un grupo de trabajadoras domésticas migrantes (N=20) en Singapur que asisten a Open University. Los medios móviles y las redes sociales complementan los recursos ODL para permitir prácticas abiertas de consumo, producción e intercambio en contextos distribuidos de aprendizaje digital. Los estudiantes marginalizados intervinieron en actividades participativas y colaborativas, con prácticas de privacidad específicas de acuerdo a sus posiciones sociales. El aprendizaje digital condujo a un aprendizaje sustantivo para el empoderamiento personal y la transformación social, con estrategias de aspiración que a menudo involucran habilidades digitales. La discusión reflexiona sobre la gestión de identidades en entornos digitales formales e informales como un medio para transformar los discursos sociales de discriminación.

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Recibido: 30-05-2018

Revisado: 30-07-2018

Aceptado: 01-08-2018

Preprint: 15-11-2018

Fecha publicación: 01-01-2019

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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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