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Title: Web knowledge turbine as a proposal for personal and professional self-organisation in complex times: application to higher education
Authors: Rubio Royo, Enrique 
Cranfield, Susan 
Nelson Santana, José Carlos 
Delgado Rodríguez, Ramiro N.
Ocón Carreras, Antonio Andrés 
UNESCO Clasification: 120318 Sistemas de información, diseño componentes
Issue Date: 2018
Journal: Journal of Information Technology Research 
Abstract: This article describes a proposal for sustainable way to adapt to current complex process of global transformation, using the ‘Web Knowledge Turbine’ (WKT) as a self-organised ecosystem for the co-creation of personal and collective narratives. The authors contemplate all human social systems as Complex Adaptive Systems with the capacity for self-organisation derived from a permanent learning process. Accordingly, a shift in the focus of teaching programmes from mere mechanisms of knowledge transmission, to a process focused on learning and in particular, a process of self-directed, connected, and deep learning which has at its core the profile of the eLearner as the central protagonist. The cornerstone of this process is a Complex Ecosystem of Personal Knowledge (CEPK) which will support teaching at an undergraduate level, progressively and transversely, from its outset. Considering the classroom as a networked community of learners whose objective is not only to gain a command of a particular subject (WHAT content do they need to learn?), but also HOW and WHY they need to learn it.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/41416
ISSN: 1938-7857
DOI: 10.4018/JITR.2018010105
Source: Journal of Information Technology Research [ISSN 1938-7857], v. 11(1), p.70-90
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