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dc.contributor.advisorIbañez Ibañez, Jaimespa
dc.contributor.authorAvila Coral, Carolinaspa
dc.date.accessioned2017-03-03T00:13:58Z
dc.date.accessioned2017-12-12T21:41:19Z
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dc.date.issued2015
dc.identifier.otherTO-18823spa
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12209/868
dc.description.abstractDe acuerdo con el principio de señalización (van Gog, 2014) el material multimedia es más eficaz cuando se adicionan señales que guían la atención de los estudiantes a los elementos relevantes del material, pero son pocas las investigaciones que se han realizado con objetos virtuales de aprendizaje dirigidos a una población adulta en etapa productiva. El propósito de este trabajo de grado es determinar si la eficacia en una prueba de retención presentada por un grupo de adultos que observaron un contenido señalizado es mejor que la eficacia del grupo que vio los contenidos sin señalizar. Los participantes fueron asignados aleatoriamente a dos grupos, un grupo en el cual el contenido tenía señalización (N=54) y un segundo grupo sin el uso de señalización (N=67). Los contenidos se accedían a través un aula virtual de Moodle que estuvo disponible durante cuatro semanas. Los resultados indicaron que la señalización mejoró los resultados de una prueba de retención en adultos en el corto plazo pero no se encontraron diferencias en los resultados en una prueba realizada algunas horas después. La señalización nos mostro diferencias en los adultos que visualizaron los contenidos en varias ocasiones, pero si mostró mejoras en la retención de los adultos que visualizaron el contenido solo una vez.spa
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dc.publisherUniversidad Pedagógica Nacionalspa
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dc.subjectAPRENDIZAJE MULTIMEDIAspa
dc.subjectMAESTRÍA EN TECNOLOGÍAS DE LA INFORMACIÓN APLICADAS A LA EDUCACIÓN --TESIS Y DISERTACIONES ACADÉMICASspa
dc.subjectOBJETO VIRTUAL DE APRENDIZAJE (OVA)spa
dc.subjectPRINCIPIO DE SEÑALIZACIÓNspa
dc.subjectOBJETOS VIRTUALES DE APRENDIZAJEspa
dc.subjectEDUCACIÓN PARA ADULTOSspa
dc.subjectEDUCACION MULTIMEDIAspa
dc.titleAplicación del principio de señalización en un objetivo virtual de aprendizaje para adultosspa
dc.publisher.programMaestría en Educaciónspa
dc.rights.accessAcceso abiertospa
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