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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15332/iteckne.v11i1.517

Incorporación de redes sociales y aplicación de principios de diseño adaptativo para la plataforma Moodle

Incorporation of social networking and application of responsive design for moodle

Dora Luz González-Bañales, César Monárrez-Armendáriz

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Abstract(es_ES)

El objetivo de la investigación fue explorar la integración de redes sociales y de plantillas de diseño responsivo para el acceso a contenidos de la plataforma Moodle. El enfoque de investigación es exploratorio y de alcance transversal. Los resultados evidencian que Moodle es una plataforma con suficiente flexibilidad para dar soporte a la incorporación de componentes desarrollados por terceros, como es el caso de la red social Facebook. Además, soporta la incorporación de plantillas con diseño adaptativo permitiendo generar un entorno de uso independiente del dispositivo móvil; de descarga de aplicaciones, navegadores y sistemas operativos.

Keywords(es_ES)

Diseño Adaptativo; Dispositivos Móviles; Moodle; Redes Sociales

Abstract(en_US)

The objective of the research was to analyze the integration  of  social  networks  and  templates  with responsive design for Moodle. The research approach is exploratory and cross-sectional. The results provide evidence to show that Moodle is a flexible platform to support the incorporation of components developed by third parties, such as the social network Facebook, as well as supporting the incorporation of adaptive design templates to create an environment allowing independent use of  the  mobile  device,  download  applications,  browsers and operating systems.

Keywords(en_US)

Mobile Devices; Moodle; Responsive Design; Social Networks

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