Trabajo colaborativo y desempeño profesional. Un caso práctico en la clase de accesibilidad audiovisual
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Within the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) cognitive constructivist approaches are promoted, which means that students are transformed into the protagonists of their learning process, which is based on the acquisition of competences. Within this scheme, collaborative learning and the approach to professional practice are key tools for students to acquire the desired competences. Following these ideas, the authors of this article developed an educational innovation project aimed at the training of translators in the field of audiovisual accessibility (audio description for the blind and partially sighted and subtitling for the deaf and hard-of-hearing). In this article we present the activities developed during the project together with some reflections on the results. Finally we suggest new exercises to be implemented in class in the future.