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Construction of a valid online training model from the point of view of the student as part of their study discipline

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Itziar Portillo Morales

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Since the virtual training modality first came into being, there has been a growing interest in identifying the factors that determine the success of an online training system. Technological, economic and pedagogical approaches have provided information about what, from each field, has been considered to be the key factors of success.


However, and as this new training modality becomes established, it is essential to know the student's opinion with regard to what, from the user's point of view, is considered to be efficient or valid and determinant of the success of a virtual teaching-learning system. If the virtual student becomes the protagonist in the learning process, acting according to operating guidelines based on maturity and autonomy (Bautista et al., p. 34), shouldn't they also take part in designing the teaching system?


Without losing sight of each training experience being conditioned by a series of factors that determine the structure of what would be a specific virtual training model, we meet as many types of models as specific needs of each student. However, these models will necessarily have to share a series of common elements that will make up the framework of a virtual teaching-learning system, on which will have to be added the didactic and technological element in the exact measure so that they provide the student with exactly what they ask for.

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.7238/d.v0i9.522
How to Cite: Portillo Morales, I., (2007). Construction of a valid online training model from the point of view of the student as part of their study discipline. Digithum. (9). DOI: http://doi.org/10.7238/d.v0i9.522
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Published on 24 Maig 2007.
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