What is it about?

The work seeks to know non-university teachers' perceptions of the usefulness of social networks for their continuous training. Four hundred sixty-three members of this study population in Spain were surveyed at the end of 2021.

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Why is it important?

The data allows us to observe a series of features associated with using social networks, which means that the cognitive capacity generated through these scenarios is still certainly low in some cases. In addition, a series of relational, structural, and cognitive traits exert different levels of influence on the proposed topic.


Based on the data analyzed, teachers need actions to focus on identifying scientific content disseminated from social networks to recognise and using different networks that exist today beyond the general ones, applying the rules for detecting and using scientific content, as well as a better assessment of the sense of scientific use of social media for their lifelong learning

Prof. Elias Said-Hung
Universidad Internacional de La Rioja

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This page is a summary of: Redes sociales y formación continua en el profesorado no universitario. Caso España, Campus Virtuales, November 2023, Asociacion United Academic Journals,
DOI: 10.54988/cv.2023.2.1189.
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