Un artículo publicado en las memorias de una reunión científica es aquel que resulta de un trabajo de investigación original y de alto nivel, el cual es aceptado para ser expuesto y publicado en las memorias del congreso, después de haber sido sometido a una exhaustiva revisión de su calidad por especialistas en el tema. Se considera "abstract o resumen" si su longitud es de 1 o 2 páginas; en caso contrario se considera "en extenso".

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  • Blockchain potentials in education and open science

    Ramírez Montoya, María Soledad; Tecnologico de Monterrey (2018-06-26)
    Support the formation of human resources specialized in energy sustainability, and develop human talent with the necessary capabilities to respond to the technological conditions prevailing in the energy value chain (Electric sector), through graduate programs, massive open online courses and networking that will be available nationwide, and validate through competencies certification processes.
  • Uso de blogs educativos para lograr aprendizajes significativos: Una propuesta para la educación a distancia en Costa Rica

    Portuguez Castro, May; Tecnológico de Monterrey (2018-04-18)
    El presente trabajo consistió en la propuesta y la determinación de la efectividad del uso de un modelo de blog educativo para un curso de docentes en formación, en una universidad a distancia en Costa Rica. Para realizar la investigación se utilizaron blogs con los que las personas pudieron interactuar y participar en actividades que ayudaran a mejorar el aprendizaje significativo. El estudio implicó el diseño de diferentes herramientas tecnológicas, la capacitación a los estudiantes en su utilización y la aplicación de actividades en el entorno del curso. Esta capacitación se realizó de manera virtual y presencial, con el fin de recabar información sobre cómo los participantes interactuaban entre ellos y el docente; además, se les dieron las pautas para que realizaran sus propias creaciones.  Con esta información se propuso un modelo de blog educativo que pudiera ser utilizado en los cursos de educación a distancia. Este modelo sugiere tres fases que puede seguir el docente para utilizar esta herramienta tecnológica en su labor: la primera fase es la de planeación de los objetivos y actividades que va a incluir en el curso, la segunda consiste en la etapa de elaboración y diseño y la última es la de presentación a los estudiantes para que realicen las actividades propuestas por el profesor. La investigación se realizó con 19 participantes quienes utilizaron los blogs como ambientes virtuales de aprendizaje, en los que pudieron interactuar con sus pares y realizar sus propias propuestas. Se determinó que la participación en el proyecto mejoró el aprendizaje colaborativo, la comunicación interactiva y el logro de aprendizajes autónomos en el grupo de estudio. Esta ponencia presenta parte de los resultados de un proyecto que fue premiado como proyecto relevante por el Fondo Concursable del Estado de la Educación, del Consejo Nacional de Rectores CONARE/Programa Estado de la Nación de Costa Rica.
  • Effective Completion Rate Design for MOOCs of the Binational Laboratory for Intelligent Energy Sustainability Management and Technological Training

    Assaf, Nayiv; Ramírez-Hernández, Darinka; Glasserman, Leonardo; Tecnologico de Monterrey (2018-07-04)
    The completion rate in MOOC has been the subject of many criticisms and observations; the reality is that this educational topic has been adapted from non-systematic ways from the classroom education to the open one without the necessary conceptual adjustments. Completion rates that MOOC have maintained over time, have been judged as very low, as well as unreliable and poorly calculated, to improve this situation, it has expressed the need for new models for theorizing on an effective terminal efficiency to be specifically designed for open, massive and online learning environments. For some years, in the e-learning guild, ROI economic models of completion rates have been developed to evaluate, account for and pay for the work done by the advisors/teachers/tutors of e-learning courses. These models are the perfect foundation to design and develop the basis of an effective completion rate for open and massive online learning environments. An effective completion rate design for MOOC should, in the first instance, differentiate among all types of users (some of which do not exist in face-to-face training, which partly explains some of the causes of the confusion in its interpretation and adaptation to the online environment) of the services offered in a MOOC.
  • Instructional & technological design for technologically mediated learning milieus, an answer for open technological integration of online lab in today´s stem classroom

    Assaf, Nayiv; Ramírez-Hernández, Darinka; Tecnologico de Monterrey (2018-07-04)
    Technological mediation is, and will be, one of the greatest topics in modern learning. The technology-education integration is one of its most important bifurcations. The success for technology to be integrated into educational scenarios has always been on the educational field side, and has as necessary conditions planning and instructional design. But today´s contemporary instructional design implementation faces ever more complex technologies that have to be adapted or modified into increasingly disruptive learning models, making it increasingly difficult to integrate technology into the classroom, which in turn requires the mandatory application of models and theories that structure and guide ideas, needs, uses and even designer intuitions, which presents the educational technologist fundamental issue, the dichotomy of the teacher-technologist binomial or one is a very good teacher or one is a very good technologist. The objective of this work is to propose an instructional and technological design macro-structure for technologically mediated learning milieus that merge ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) Criterion 3 as the instructional axiom of design principles with the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning to integrate the mediated online laboratory technological feature, either remote or in-situ, with the educational one.
  • Reducing national energy illiteracy through MOOC's

    Castañeda, Gerardo; Valerio Ureña, Gabriel; Tecnológico de Monterrey (2018-06-28)
    One of the main challenges facing humanity is energy sustainability, both in normal conditions and in situations of natural disasters. In Mexico, experience has highlighted the lack of basic skills of citizens for energy production and management. Given this situation, free MOOCs have been offered to the entire population. The objective of this research is to evaluate the extent to which these technological platforms help reduce the participants' energy illiteracy. The research is mixed. The first stage is qualitative, to construct an instrument to evaluate the level of energy literacy, and includes the analysis of artifacts, non-participatory observation and interviews with Japanese and Mexican experts. The second stage is quantitative; to evaluate the improvement of the level of energy literacy, and pre and post surveys are used.

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