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Educación Médica Superior

versión impresa ISSN 0864-2141versión On-line ISSN 1561-2902

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MARTINEZ HERNANDEZ, Gisela María; ZACCA GONZALEZ, Grisel  y  BORGES OQUENDO, Lourdes. Factors that may influence on a more extensive virtualization of the postgraduate courses in the virtual university of health in Cuba. Educ Med Super [online]. 2015, vol.29, n.1, pp.166-181. ISSN 0864-2141.

The social assignment of the Cuban Medical Sciences University is to train and qualify health professionals. From the very beginning of the Cuba's Virtual Health University (VHU) has responded to the challenges imposed by developments in medical education and by the insertion of information and communications technologies. The networking- learning model developed in the VHU has a pedagogic- technological conception that integrates teaching with health care provision. Virtualization of graduate teaching has occurred in virtual, blended and support classroom teaching methods, designed for virtual environments from the beginning or from a redesigned classroom course. The aim of this paper is was to analyze some factors that would influence greater virtualization graduated education through the VHU. Given the premise that knowledge is good and the product in modern society, we propose that virtualization could be favored by factors such as enhancing the knowledge economy; make intensive use of technologies; develop new literacies as info-literacy, techno-literacy, middle-literacy and social literacy; promote universal personalized education, lifelong and; enhance connectivism.

Palabras clave : Virtual Health University; competencies; communication and information's technologies; medical education; net learning; e-learning.

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