Nuevas tecnologías y enseñanza de las políticas públicasdiez propuestas pedagógicas

  1. Harguindéguy, Jean-Baptiste 1
  2. Ruiloba Núñez, Juana 1
  1. 1 Universidad Pablo de Olavide (España)
Gestión y análisis de políticas públicas

ISSN: 1134-6035

Year of publication: 2023

Issue: 31

Pages: 111-125

Type: Article

DOI: 10.24965/GAPP.11134 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openOpen access editor

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The use of new technologies in higher education is now a basic instrumental skill for students. However, there are few available sources to help university professors to choose the right applications for their classes. This pedagogical proposal is based on a selection of applications of interest for teachers and students in policy analysis which aims to maintain the balance between pedagogy and technology. These applications are designed to develop skills related with the public policy cycle, along with transversal issues like policy actors, institutions, ideas and territoriality. Each application is evaluated according to three variables: it must be free-of-charge, accessible and stable. The paper also includes some comments about their graphic interface and operability.

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