ISSN: 2038-3282
La Rivista è inserita nella  Banca Dati ACNP ( Catalogo italiano dei periodici) e in DOAJ Directory of Open Access Journals
Hai dimenticato la password ?
Registrati gratis su Qtimes
Una volta iscritto potrai visualizzare e salvare le notizie in pdf , potrai ricevere la nostra newsletter e usufruire di tutti i SERVIZI PLUS !
Cerca in Qtimes
Home Page
Rapporti, riflessioni, presentazioni
Studi e contributi di ricerca

   Anno I - N°1,2009
   Anno I - N°2,2009
   Anno II - N°1,2010
   Anno II - N°2,2010
   Anno II - N°3,2010
   Anno II - N°4,2010
   Anno III - N°1,2011
   Anno III - N°2,2011
   Anno III - N°3,2011
   Anno III - N°4,2011
   Anno IV - N°1,2012
   Anno IV - N°2,2012
   Anno IV - N°3,2012
   Anno IV - N°4,2012
   Anno V - N°1,2013
   Anno V - N°2,2013
   Anno V - N°3,2013
   Anno V - N°4,2013
   Anno VI - N°1,2014
   Anno VI - N°2,2014
   Anno VI - N°3,2014
   Anno VI - N°4,2014
   Anno VII - N°1,2015
   Anno VII - N°2,2015
   Anno VII - N°3,2015
   Anno VII - N°4,2015
   Anno VIII - N°1,2016
   Anno VIII - N°2,2016
   Anno VIII - N°3,2016
   Anno VIII - N°4,2016
   Anno IX - N°1,2017
   Anno IX - N°2,2017
   Anno IX - N°3,2017
   Anno IX - N°4,2017
   Anno X - N°1,2018
   Anno X - N°2,2018

Pubblica la tua tesi
Advisory Board
Politica Editoriale
Open Access
Invia il tuo articolo
Author Guidelines
Ethical Guidelines
Peer Reviewing
Indexing and Abstracting
Call for Paper 2018

comunicazione Valutazione Certificazione Qualità Blog Q-Times Six DMAIC Sigma social network


Anicia 2016 Euro 26,00
S. Nirchi - S. Capogna
Tra educazione e società nell'era delle ICT. Luci e ombre del processo di innovazione digitale in ambito educativo
isbn13 : 9788867092727
MOOC IS THE NEW BLACK! ISN’T IT? Topicals and outlooks of a phenomenon.
di Maurizio Pattoia , pubblicato il 2015-07-30
It is now nearly four years since the so-called "year of the MOOC", 2012; and is good to return on an issue which remains still hot. In good conscience, the expected tsunami in higher education seems to turn into a case less "disruptive" than it was painted at the time, but certainly worthy of attention. This paper is a theoretical approach that starts from some very recent publications. Those publications bring back the attention to this phenomenon and allow us to begin to define light and dark contours, as well as to think about the real related scientific, technical and pedagogical elements.
Learning, virtuality, hybridism: possible practices
di Gaia Moretti e Pierfranco Malizia , pubblicato il 2015-07-30
“To learn”, in the contemporaneous society, is even more an integrated and ubiquitous process (Schlemmer et alii, 2009). The learning processes are today frequently developed with in-distance methodologies, using digital technologies, social networks (Massarotto, 2011), simulations and gasification tools (Laux e Schlemmer, 2011). Methodologies and tools are developing toward hybrid and multimodal systems (Schlemmer, 2014), where different integrated technologies are combined to reach a composite audience of users/students with an hybrid/digital culture. Into these systems, ubiquitous practices and learning processes can be developed, able to reach an audience permanently connected, developing engagement in the created and cultivated virtual communities (Wenger, 2009). The virtual communities (Reinghold, 1994 e 2003; Malizia, 2008; Calvani, 2005) are changing in function of the participants’ cultural membership, a not-yet-digital hybrid culture, where “digital” is only one of the structural elements. This hybrid culture is characterized by a “digital nomadism” (Schlemmer e Backes, 2012), that becomes today the users’ ubiquity on the different fixed, mobile and wireless devices, besides the physical presence; the new practices developed in the learning processes has to deal with hybridism and multimodality. This work aims to propose a reflection on the potential and observable results of some technologies-concepts elaborated by the Research Group in Digital Education of UNISINOS university (Rio grande do Sul, Brasil), that is exploring and experimenting in the last years several success hybrid and ubiquitous learning practices, for the creation and cultivation of students’ virtual communities in the Bachelor and Master degree and in post-lauream courses. The success case can open the discussion on the possibile hybrid-digital practices in the learning processes, on possible applications and engagement modalities and levels for learning communities.

Rethinking university guidance in the perspective of lifewide learning and new digital technologies.
di , pubblicato il 2015-07-30
In the twenty-first century italian universities are called to face up to new social and economic challenges, connected to the globalization, to the technological progress in production processes and the profound transformations of organizations. These developments affect the education system and universities to review the istitutional mission for a new dynamic and inclusive dialogue with stakeholders – schools, students, families, companies, public administrations – wich aims a new society based on knowledge, sharing and partnership. In the face of the threat of a dispersion of skills, public policies about guidance systems modernisation and lifelong learning are required to make citizens able to face the increasing complexity of social life. So, it’s necessary universities provide for the digitization of learning and communication processes, with the purpose to dialogue with the socio-economic system, ensuring the quality and relevance of their education offering and, at the same time, the innovation of scientific and cultural capital, to contend with the dispersion of skills and for a social inclusion and integration of people.
In the education net. Complex issues and variables in the educational process.
di Rosati Agnese , pubblicato il 2015-07-30
The complexity of the educational process can be noticed in the facts and in the acts that make reality become plural and multiform and represents different contexts, experiences, stories, reflections, subjectivity and objectivity, universality and particularity. These aspects have to be understood as difficult and complex issues that characterize the present and that influence the education and the production of its models from the history of ideas, institutions and human needs. Because of this reason, the educational model derives from the way of thinking the education in time, with its characteristics and peculiarities. There is an absolute necessity of a global, holistic, ecological approach to the uniqueness of the person in order to value its complexity (Titone, 1981; Ortega, 1992; Bateson, 1977) that will also guide the curricolo.
Strategies of Virtual reality and Experiential Learning for innovative teaching
di Stefania Nirchi , pubblicato il 2015-07-30
For several years, web technologies are used in education not only in e-learning, but also as a form of Experiential Learning to be implemented in virtual contexts. Specifically, the student is advocated to confront the building of knowledge actually similar to that developed through the classroom experience, pushing it simultaneously to analyze each new situation with the awareness of previous experience. The paper attempts to analyze the benefits that students can receive from a process of teaching-learning absorbed in virtuality.
Education, person and complexity. Existence between resilience, empathy and holism.
di Enrico Bocciolesi , pubblicato il 2015-04-30
The contribution proposes a terminology and educational analysis of person, not as a biological being, but as a complex, emotional, happy, and resilient. So starting from the epistemological position of human beings, according to educational theories, the complexity of emotion and in synergy with the holistic research will show the possible developments.
In the empirical analysis has become necessary to decompose, re-think, re-contextualise the person in a large, diverse social, cultural, perceptive. Then the characteristics of complex human being lie at the heart of the educational debate. Be positive is the leitmotiv for growing success, the outcome of the self, the overcoming of the difficulties, happiness. Much research by UNESCO, the OECD and those of OTAN are converging toward a common educational positivity objective of emotional understanding, meaningful success, the continuous increase of complexity in exist.
These are the reasons that support a unique being's epistemology, not conditioned by equipment, but external conditioning, a uniform context, where the emergency emotional expression and creative feature and mark the location of the complex growth.

Forming occupational safety. Cinema fiction and documentary
di Fiorenza Misale , pubblicato il 2015-04-30
The issue of safety is of crucial importance today because of the number of dead white. Occur annually in Italy over 1,000,000 work accidents, more than 1,200 deaths. The New Consolidated Safety at Work (Decree 81 of 2008) brings together in a single text much of the previous legislation on safety issued over the last sixty years. Of fundamental importance is to convey the importance of health and safety in the workplace through the acquisition by the employee of a "culture of safety". This can be achieved using effective communication that meets the growing needs of information workers who become, in this way, an active and involved in the prevention system. Acting on communication means creating a space of encounter between all the actors of prevention in order to encourage the strengthening of the value of security and above all encourage the adoption of safe behavior. If the purpose is to promote the abandonment or modification of attitudes and behaviors unhealthy and unsafe, social marketing is a technique that can help us achieve this goal. According to the US economist Philip Kotler "social marketing is the use of the principles and techniques of marketing to influence the decision of a target group to accept, reject, or modify, voluntarily abandon a behavior in order to obtain a benefit for individuals, groups or society as a whole ". The projection film definitely has a great communicative power, movies can be used as a means to communicate the issues of health and safety at the workplace leading to a cultural change and that also may involve the worker from the point of view of his personal interests.

E-learning in the information society
di Roberto Orazi , pubblicato il 2015-04-30
In today's technologically advanced scenarios the e-learning takes a strategic relevance due to expansion on networks. The present paper describes the evolution of e-learning in recent years thanks to the development of new media and describe the new version of the e-learning environments make available to students a new Personal Learning Environment instead of traditional Virtual Learning Environment.
The University and the Open learning challenge: the innovation of Mooc – Massive Open Online Courses
di Stefania Nirchi , pubblicato il 2015-01-20
The diffusion of open education is well represented by the ever-increasing free availability on the web of open educational resources and practices, without any restrictions on their use and reuse. In this paper, after a brief introduction on related literature of Open learning, we’ll examine MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) pedagogical models, focusing light and shade.
Teaching and making history through cinema. Reflections on a research path and a didactic experience.
di Carlo Felice Casula , pubblicato il 2015-01-20
In order to study, teach and write the history of the XX Century the use of audiovisual sources is critically important. Documentaries and fictions are essential in the reconstruction of the economical, social, political and cultural dynamics of the XX Century. Indeed, cinema has been defined as the “eye” of the 1900s. Films have a great power of information and suggestion and they are also a strong teaching tool. In the present essay the theoretical aspects of the relationship between history and cinema are reconstructed and interesting exemplifications of cinema and history paths are given.

Pagina successiva Pagina Precedente Vai alla pagina 1 2 3 4 5



Rapporti, riflessioni, presentazioni
Studi e contributi di ricerca
Advisory Board
Politica Editoriale
Open Access
Invia il tuo articolo
Author Guidelines
Ethical Guidelines
Peer Reviewing
Indexing and Abstracting
Call for Paper 2018

Direttore Responsabile:
Stefania Nirchi

Ospite Scientifico :
Prof. A. Cocozza, Univ. Roma Tre
Prof. Eufrasio Pérez Navio - Universidad de Jaen - Spagna
Prof. A. Cocozza, Univ. Roma Tre
Prof. Carlo Felice Casula - Univ. Roma Tre
Prof.ssa S. Cellamare - INVALSI
Prof.ssa Rita Minello - Univ. Niccolò Cusano
Prof.ssa Agnese Rosati - Univ. di Perugia
Prof.ssa Angela Piu - Università della Valle d'Aosta
Prof. A. Cocozza Univ. Roma Tre
Prof.ssa Stefania Capogna - Univ. Roma Tre
Prof.ssa S. Cellamare - INVALSI
Prof. Andrea Gentile- Univ Marconi
Prof. Mario Pireddu - Univ. Roma Tre
Prof. R. Melchiori - Università Telematica “Niccolò Cusano”
Prof. Fernando Lezcano Barbero- Universidad de Burgos - España
Prof. Agustin Escolano Benito-Universidad de Vallladolid,España
Prof. C. Piu, Università della Calabria
Giancarlo Cerini
Benedetta Cosmi
Prof.ssa A.L. Fazzari Univ. “Tor Vergata” Roma.
Prof.ssa T. Serra - Univ. La Sapienza di Roma
Prof.ssa A. Poggiani Univ. La Sapienza di Roma
Prof. G. Domenici - Univ. Roma Tre
Prof.ssa M. L. Boninelli - Univ.di Venezia
Prof. F. Bocci - Univ. Roma Tre
Prof. D. Falcone - Università di Cassino

Tutti i diritti riservati© Tutti gli articoli possono essere riprodotti con l'unica condizione di mettere in evidenza che il testo riprodotto è tratto da Registrazione Tribunale di Frosinone N. 564/09 VG

Le immagini riprodotte sono reperite su internet e pertanto ritenute di pubblico dominio. Per chiederne la rimozione contattare il nostro staff.