História breve do livro eletrónico História breve do livro eletrónico Clique na imagem para aceder ao documento. Segunda entrega del estudio desarrollado por Ernesto Priani e Isabel Galina sobre el panorama del libro electrónico, publicado en la revista La Gaceta nº 538, en este caso recorren la historial del libro electrónico.Desde sus inicios con el Proyecto Gutenberg, que se enfocó primordialmente a la digitalización de textos literarios, pasando por el boom de internet, el HTML, el PDF, el XML, el Epub, y llegando a los dispositivos de lectura modernos.Los autores explican la historia del libro electrónico sobre tres líneas: como texto digital, de acuerdo con los dispositivos disponibles para su lectura, y una tercera, de acuerdo con el formato que se utiliza para codificar el texto digital (que afecta tanto a las posibilidades de presentación del texto digital como al dispositivo que se utiliza para leerlo). Fonte.
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Finally it is coming, and coming fast! Yes, Coursera is now taking up the teacher education as it expands its MOOCs “Coursera moves beyond universities and into K-12 with 12 new institutions and 28 free courses for teachers“ The massive open online course (MOOC) provider is expanding beyond university courses by offering 28 teaching courses for free, with more to come.Coursera says it wants to create a hub of teacher professional development courses aimed at providing teachers, parents, and anyone else who teaches with “the tools and skills to help build stronger education systems.” In true MOOC spirit, all the courses are available online to anyone interested. As anticipated, this is the strategy adopted by the MOOC providers to expand and diversify their reach to all areas of education, ranging from k-12 to tertiary and Higher Education. I have shared my views here and so far I have some reservations as to whether “we are ready for it or not”.
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