Efecto de las TIC en la comunicación con los estudiantes de Matemática Empresarialel ejemplo del correo de WebCT

  1. Eugenio M. Fedriani Martel 1
  2. Mª del Carmen Melgar Hiraldo 1
  1. 1 Departamento de Economía, Métodos Cuantitativos e Historia Económica Universidad Pablo de Olavide
Anales de ASEPUMA

ISSN: 2171-892X

Year of publication: 2010

Issue: 18

Type: Article

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In general terms, teachers try to provide their students with support and advice on any queries or problems that they may encounter during their learning process. Every way to ease the difficulties of this task and to enhance the final success is welcome; and using information and communication technologies (ICT) can improve their mission. Bearing this in mind, this paper shows different tools to communicate with students, through the use of ICT. The specific case of our own courses is presented here, over the academic years 2008/2009 and 2009/2010. The main characteristics, advantages and drawbacks of the techniques are also analyzed.

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