Lugares y espacios para el uso educativo y ubicuo de los dispositivos digitales móviles en la Educación Superior

Esteban Vázquez-Cano, María Luisa Sevillano-García

Resumen


En este estudio analizamos en una muestra de estudiantes universitarios españoles e hispanoamericanos los lugares y espacios en los que los estudiantes hacen un uso educativo de los dispositivos digitales móviles. La metodología de investigación es de corte cuantitativo y se desarrolla a través del análisis factorial. Los resultados muestran que el uso educativo de los dispositivos digitales móviles se concentra dentro del recinto universitario; principalmente en la cafetería y pasillos de la facultad, en las aulas y en la biblioteca. En menor medida, también se utilizan fuera del recinto universitario en los medios de transporte, las zonas de ocio al aire libre, el domicilio habitual, el lugar de trabajo y la calle.


Palabras clave


Dispositivos digitales, Ubicuidad, Movilidad, Educación Superior, España, Hispanoamérica.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21556/edutec.2017.62.1007

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