Conexión docencia-actualidad a través del microrrelato en redes sociales

  1. Pedro Baena-Luna 1
  2. Esther García Río 1
  1. 1 Universidad de Sevilla

    Universidad de Sevilla

    Sevilla, España


Conference proceedings. CIVINEDU 2022: 6th International Virtual Conference on Educational Research and Innovation

Argitaletxea: REDINE (Red de Investigación e Innovación Educativa)

ISBN: 978-84-124511-6-0

Argitalpen urtea: 2022

Orrialdeak: 426-429

Biltzarra: International Virtual Conference on Educational Research and Innovation CIVINEDU (6. 2022. Madrid)

Mota: Biltzar ekarpena


In recent years, social networks have become an increasingly popular tool in different facets of people’s daily lives. University teaching is no stranger to this process, even more so when a large majority of students are now part of the so-called digital native generation, which means that they take on these social networks as part of their daily lives. In the specific case of the micro-story, there are different options within social networks. The micro-story allows users to access, disseminate and share information and content through a limited number of characters. This paper reviews the main uses of the micro-story linked to university education