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La dispersion numérique et son influence sur l'apprentissage en ligne : le cas de l'abstention dans les MOOC

Abstract : Nowadays, the Internet is ubiquitous and puts hyper-connected users faced with a lot of quickly reachable information. The user’s overloaded attention becomes a resource and a monetary value is attributed to this resource. The user must develop strategies and skills, as activity hopping or multitasking, causing cognitive dispersion and redefining his relationship to time. What are the consequences for distance learning and, more specifically, for MOOC? Can MOOC high drop-out and non-participation rates be correlated to it? Does it prove an attention’s crisis or even a failure to participate, even though social web wouldn’t exist without participation? We will try to suggest an explanation, using the questionnaire we spread on the social networks.
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Céline Palermo. La dispersion numérique et son influence sur l'apprentissage en ligne : le cas de l'abstention dans les MOOC. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. 2015. ⟨dumas-01203035⟩

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