ICT competences and group work in virtual environments

Montse Guitert, Teresa Romeu, Maria Pérez-Mateo


The European Space for Higher Education (EEES, its acronym in Spanish) reveals the importance of defining a set of competences which are key elements in the net society. In this sense, the Tuning project lists the competences that students should acquire during their studies. These competences are divided into two main groups: generic, which are common to all studies, and specific, which vary depending on the different degrees or studies. Some of these generic competences are linked to the use of ICT. Group work is another main competence. 


asynchronous communication; cooperative/collaborative learning and work; distance education; ICT competences; learning communities

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7238/rusc.v4i1.289


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