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Carlos E. Blanco-Valbuena

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El artículo presenta las evidencias de conocimiento tácito de los mediadores cuando llevan a cabo la comunicación de la ciencia desde las variables de la cultura organizacional, las cualidades personales y las dimensiones destinadas al intercambio de saberes. Para obtener las certezas del saber ser y el saber hacer de los mediadores, hemos utilizado con ellos el método de entrevistas cara a cara, y definir así las diferentes categorías. La explicitación del conocimiento tácito sirve como guía para el diseño de estrategias que fortalecen la formación de las personas y fomentan el aprendizaje de los ciudadanos. Los centros que participaron en la investigación han sido Maloka, El Planetario Distrital, El Jardín Botánico de Medellín y el Jardín Botánico de Bogotá. Finalmente, se presenta una serie de consideraciones sobre el valor que tiene la codificación del conocimiento tácito, que hasta ese momento ha sido difícil de compartir por permanecer profunda y singularmente arraigado en la mente de las personas y, por ello, invisible; pero que de este modo aflora y sirve como insumo para, desde la mediación, ser de utilidad en la gestión de los centros de ciencia.

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centros de ciencia, cultura organizacional, intercambio de conocimiento tácito, mediación, aprendizaje

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Blanco-Valbuena, C. E. (2021). Centros de ciencia en Colombia: intercambio de conocimiento tácito entre los mediadores y el público en la comunicación de la ciencia. Revista Interamericana De Investigación Educación Y Pedagogía RIIEP, 14(2), 317-371. https://doi.org/10.15332/25005421.6641
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