Laboratórios de inovação social para a construção social do conhecimento

revisão sistemática da literatura

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https://doi.org/10.35699/1983-3652.2021.33750

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Laboratórios de inovação social, Construção social do conhecimento, Inovação aberta, Objetivos de desenvolvimento sustentável, Sustentabilidade

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Os Laboratórios de Inovação Social (LIS) são espaços para a construção do conhecimento onde os Objectivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável da UNESCO podem ser atingidos. O objetivo da investigação é identificar os estudos mais relevantes sobre a construção social do conhecimento, no âmbito do SIL, relacionados com problemas ambientais e analisá-los a fim de propor soluções para a sustentabilidade. O método utilizado para localizar os artigos publicados em acesso aberto, de 2010 a 2020, em Scopus, Web of Science e Google Academic, foi o Revisão Sistemática da Literatura. Os resultados mostram que os grupos de trabalho são multidisciplinares e dão origem a propostas de diferentes áreas da ciência. Os produtos são construídos com uma abordagem aberta. As universidades são os espaços que mais promovem a participação nos laboratórios para gerar ações de sustentabilidade aplicáveis na vida real e o trabalho é feito para ampliar os protótipos aos níveis local, nacional e internacional.

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María-Soledad Ramírez-Montoya , Tecnologico de Monterrey, School of Humanities and Education, Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico

María-Soledad Ramírez-Montoya, is a senior researcher at the School of Humanities and Education at the Tecnologico de Monterrey (Mexico). As Chair of the UNESCO Chair: "Open Educational Movement for Latin America", Marisol (her short name) mobilizes training, production and research initiatives for open education. As Chair of the International Council for Open of Distance Education (ICDE) "OER Latin America", she promotes activities with research teams to enrich access practices in distance education. In the academic activities, Dr. Ramirez-Montoya forms talent for education with emphasis on innovation, educational entrepreneurship and multidisciplinary research; she leads research groups establishing rich experiences for the generation of knowledge inspired by teamwork; coordinates actions for innovation, globalization and generates innovation and research initiatives with national and international networks.

Francisco-José García-Peñalvo, University of Salamanca, Department of Computer Science and Automation, Salamanca, Spain

Francisco-José García-Peñalvo is a Full Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Automation at the University of Salamanca (USAL), with three six-year periods of research, one six-year period of transferring and innovation, and four five-year periods of recognized teaching. Since 2006 he is the head of the Research Group Recognized by the USAL GRIAL (research GRoup on InterAction and eLearning), a group that is a Consolidated Research Unit of the Junta de Castilla y León Government (UIC 81). He is currently the Rector's Delegate for Virtual Teaching and the Coordinator of the Doctorate Programme in Education in the Knowledge Society at USAL. He is Editor-in-Chief of the journals Education in the Knowledge Society and Journal of the Information Technology Research, and Associate Editor of many journals.

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YAÑEZ-FIGUEROA, J.-A.; RAMÍREZ-MONTOYA , M.-S. .; GARCÍA-PEÑALVO, F.-J. . Laboratórios de inovação social para a construção social do conhecimento: revisão sistemática da literatura. Texto Livre, Belo Horizonte-MG, v. 14, n. 3, p. e33750, 2021. DOI: 10.35699/1983-3652.2021.33750. Disponível em: https://periodicos.ufmg.br/index.php/textolivre/article/view/33750. Acesso em: 22 jan. 2022.