Impact on the Virtual Learning Environment Due to COVID-19
2. Materials and Methods
- Know the use, creation and distribution of technological resources by teachers so that they are in line with the objectives, students and teaching style.
- Determine the functions, tasks and beliefs of the teaching carried out in the virtual learning environment.
- Value the degree of involvement of teachers in the development of active methodologies.
- Digital resources: made up of 58 items and whose answers are collected using Likert scales , with a minimum score of 1 and a maximum of 4.
- Digital pedagogy: made up of 67 items, 25% of which are answered by Likert scales with 5 categories and the rest by Likert scales with 4 categories.
- Active methodology: made up of 12 items, of which 8 collect answers using a 4 category Likert scale, 1 is a multiple choice and the remaining 3 are YES/NO.
- Visual and audiovisual resources: image editors, video editors, computer graphics editors, real-time response systems and anti-plagiarism tools.
- Search tools for academic databases and institutional repositories.
- Tutoring functions, tasks and beliefs in virtual environments.
- Active methodologies.
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Torres Martín C, Acal C, El Homrani M, Mingorance Estrada ÁC. Impact on the Virtual Learning Environment Due to COVID-19. Sustainability. 2021; 13(2):582. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13020582Chicago/Turabian Style
Torres Martín, César, Christian Acal, Mohammed El Homrani, and Ángel Custodio Mingorance Estrada. 2021. "Impact on the Virtual Learning Environment Due to COVID-19" Sustainability 13, no. 2: 582. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13020582