Diretrizes para a Promoção do Senso de Presença na Educação a Distância

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https://doi.org/10.5753/rbie.2022.2590

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Senso de Presença, Educação a Distância, Mundos Virtuais

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Embora em ascensão, observa-se que a Educação a Distância (EAD) ainda possui uma percepção popular de qualidade inferior em comparação com o Ensino Presencial. Estima-se que carências como as de relações interpessoais, do uso de tecnologias mais interativas e dinâmicas, e da realização de práticas profissionais contribuam para essa percepção. Buscando atuar nestas fragilidades, esta pesquisa propõe um suporte midiático composto por Mundos Virtuais (MVs) e Non-Player Characteres (NPCs), com um destes NPCs integrado à tecnologia de Agente Conversacional, atuando na função de Companheiro Virtual. Como aspecto principal, investiga-se o senso de presença, um construto da dimensão afetiva definido como a sensação de “estar lá”. Um total de 132 estudantes realizou uma atividade extracurricular em um de três grupos: Controle, que utilizou o Ambiente Virtual de Aprendizagem web tradicional; Experimental, que utilizou o MV; e Real Experimental, que utilizou o MV com o Companheiro Virtual. Com base nos resultados e discussões e buscando responder à questão de pesquisa “Como promover o senso de presença de forma a contribuir com o processo de aprendizagem na EAD?” foi organizada uma estrutura com sete diretrizes que direcionam o uso das tecnologias mencionadas a fim de se beneficiar de suas potencialidades.

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2022-10-27

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KRASSMANN, A. L.; TAROUCO, L. M. R.; BERCHT, M. Diretrizes para a Promoção do Senso de Presença na Educação a Distância. Revista Brasileira de Informática na Educação, [S. l.], v. 30, p. 542–572, 2022. DOI: 10.5753/rbie.2022.2590. Disponível em: https://sol.sbc.org.br/journals/index.php/rbie/article/view/2590. Acesso em: 23 abr. 2024.

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