Kriativ-techVolume 1, Issue 7, April 2018, Pages: xxxReceived: Dec. 28, 2019;Accepted: Feb. 25, 2020.Published: Jun. 25, 2020.


Pedro Ramos Brandão, Coordinating Professor – ISTECDiogo Pinheiro Algarvio, Assistant Professor – ISTEC



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Pedro Ramos Brandao, Diogo Pinheiro Algarvio, Connectivism, Information Technologies and Distance Learning

DOI: 10.31112/kriativ-tech-2020-06-29


The theory of connectivism and its relationship with E-learning and distance learning. The characteristics of the new teaching paradigms based on students and distributed knowledge, as well as the technologies that support these paradigms. The evolution of concepts within E-Learning teaching.


George Siemens, connectivism, elearning, distance learning


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