Peer learning: making notes in collaboration




Jesús M. González Barahona (Systems and Communications group, Rey Juan Carlos University).


The realization of the notes for a subject teacher is typically mission. However, it is quite common for some students to make their own notes, or not based on the teacher. The activity presented, the notes have been made by groups of students, working with tools including version control and other support discussion and coordination. The presentation will discuss the factors that seem to be associated with the success of the activity collected after several experiences with her.


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Author's Biography

Jesús María González Barahona is Professor of Telematics Engineering. Telecommunications Engineer (1991) and PhD telecommunications engineer (1998) from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He has worked as a professor at Carlos III of Madrid (1992-1999) University . His research interests focus on the area of distributed systems , particularly on issues related to the broadcast, fault-tolerant computing, nomadic and mobile computing , distributed computing and large-scale . He is also interested in issues related to free software and its development model. He has participated in several research projects in collaboration with universities (UPM, ULPGC, UPV, York University) , research institutes (INRIA, European Space Agency, etc.) And undertakings (Aeronautical Constructions, Visual Tools, etc). He is the author of several articles published in national and international journals. He is a member of the working group on free software promoted by the European Commission.

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