The Use of Educational Technologies in Distance Education—Enabling the Appropriation of Teaching and Learning Process

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ABSTRACT

This article aims at analyzing the specificity of the pedagogical work for Distance Education in learning process, highlighting the importance of technological resources. The research demonstrates the usage of technologies for the development of contents, emphasizing the importance of teachers as mediator of this process.

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Haddad, M. , Ferreira, N. and Faria, A. (2014) The Use of Educational Technologies in Distance Education—Enabling the Appropriation of Teaching and Learning Process. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 54-58. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.21006.

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