La innovación en la universidad: del Gatopardo al IPhone

Innovation in University: from to Lampeduza’s “Leopard” to the Iphone

Palabras clave: Innovación, Universidad, Docencia Universitaria, Cambio Educativo

Resumen

Las universidades siempre se han caracterizado por ser instituciones innovadoras. Gracias a ellas ha avanzado el conocimiento. Pero la innovación no surge por azar. Hoy en día se requiere que las universidades, como instituciones del conocimiento, organicen, gestionen, promuevan y faciliten los procesos de innovación no solo en la investigación, sino también en la organización del aprendizaje de los alumnos. En este artículo presentamos una reflexión y una propuesta para contemplar la innovación como elemento estructural en la enseñanza universitaria. Para ello, describimos las tensiones y desafíos que en la actualidad tienen planteadas las instituciones de Educación Superior, tanto desde el contexto interno como externo, y realizamos propuestas para cada una de las etapas del proceso de innovación educativa en la universidad.

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2016-11-03