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Research line: Interaction and e learning

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Doctoral Consortium TEEM'16.
Salamanca, November 3, 2016.

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Research line: Interaction and e learning

  1. 1. Doctoral Consor,um Interac,on and eLearning Moderator: Rafael Molina Carmona Student: Alicia García-Holgado 3/11/2016 TEEM16 - Doctoral Consor,um
  2. 2. •  Doris Meza-Bolaños, Patricia Compañ-Rosique and Rosana Satorre-Cuerda. Designing a model to es,mate the impact and cost effec,veness of online learning plaRorms •  Dunia Inés Jara-Roa, María-Soledad Ramírez-Montoya and Marcos Cabezas González. Personal social network as a facilita,ng tool for collabora,ve knowledge construc,on. •  José Antonio Cordón-García, Raquel Gómez Díaz and Ana M. Santos. Websites of learning support in Primary and High School in Portugal: a performance and usability study (Engineering and Educa-on) •  Faraón Llorens-Largo and Francisco Xavier Valverde Alulema. Proposal of a Framework of IT Governance for Public Universi,es in Ecuador •  Natércia Lima, Clara Viegas and Francisco J. García-Peñalvo. Learning from complementary ways of developing experimental competences •  Alicia García-Holgado and Francisco J. García-Peñalvo. Learning ecosystems for knowledge management in educa,onal ins,tu,ons (Medicine and educa-on) •  Jorge Hernández Rodríguez, María José Rodríguez Conde and Francisco Javier Cabrero Fraile. Ar,ficial Neural Networks applica,ons in Computer Aided Diagnosis. System design and use as an educa,onal tool TEEM16 - Doctoral Consor,um
  3. 3. Interac,on and eLearning Designing a model to es,mate the impact and cost effec,veness of online learning plaRorms Doris Meza-Bolaños, Ecuador, Universidad Central del Ecuador, dmeza@uce.edu.ec. Patricia Compañ-Rosique, Universidad de Alicante, patricia.company@ua.es, Rosana Satorre- Cuerda, Universidad de Alicante, There are different methodologies that have adempted to measure profitability and impact of using online learning plaRorms, all of which focus on a set of quan,fiable and non-quan,fiable aspects. These methods consider different items from various perspec,ves. The purpose of this work is to assess each one and determine the suitable indicators applicable to the reality of higher educa-on in Ecuador. A hybrid model with characteris,cs from different perspec,ves could be designed with these indicators. TEEM16 - Doctoral Consor,um
  4. 4. Interac,on and eLearning PERSONAL SOCIAL NETWORK AS A FACILITATING TOOL FOR COLLABORATIVE KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTION Doctoral student in the training in the knowledge society, Ecuador, Universidad Técnica Par,cular de Loja dijara@utpl.edu.ec María-Soledad Ramírez-Montoya, Ins,tuto Tecnológico de Monterrey, solramirez@itesm.mx Marcos Cabezas G, Universidad de Salamanca, mcabezasgo@usal.es This study addresses the way in which personal social networks could facilitate the collabora-ve construc-on of knowledge considering the poten,al of Collabora,ve Computer Assisted Learning (CSCL) as a resource. The state of the art of social networks in educa,onal contexts is shown and methodological proposals to analyze interac,ons highligh,ng models used to iden,fy both the way that knowledge is socially constructed as observable behavioral profile interac,ons, are men,oned. TEEM16 - Doctoral Consor,um
  5. 5. Interac,on and eLearning Websites of learning support in Primary and High School in Portugal: a performance and usability study Ana M. Santos Univ Portucalense, Portucalense Ins,tute for Legal Research – IJP, Oporto, Portugal ana.santos@upt.pt José Antonio Cordón García and Raquel Gómez Díaz University of Salamanca, Documenta,on Faculty, Salamanca (Spain) jcordon@usal.es and rgomez@usal.es This study aims to evaluate the quality of educa-onal websites focused on learning support of two degrees of educa-on, Primary School and the High school. To develop this analysis we used a Model of Evalua,on of the Quality of Educa,onal Websites (EQEWS). This model of evalua,on applied to 57 websites. The data subjected to sta,s,cal analysis. We concluded that educa,onal websites that had beder ranking with higher average values were affected by High School sites. And the creators of these resources aren’t conscience of the importance to assess their resources from heuris,cs evalua,on, even before puong them on the Internet. TEEM16 - Doctoral Consor,um
  6. 6. Engineering and Educa,on Proposal of a Framework of IT Governance for Public Universi-es in Ecuador Francisco Valverde-Alulema, Ecuador, Universidad Central del Ecuador, fvalverde@uce.edu.ec Faraón Llorens-Largo,, Universidad de Alicante, faraon.llorens@ua.es This paper describes the u,lity of a framework of corpora,ve IT (Informa,on Technology) Governance and how a specific, simpler and scalable model can be a reference and used in the Ecuadorian public universi,es. The IT department objec-ves must be aligned with the ins-tu-onal objec-ves. Ini,al data are collected trough instruments, using a generic framework as reference and applying the model to the university. The results will jus,fy and validate the contribu,on of this research. It is finally concluded that, the IT not only serve to automate the processes, but they must also get involved in the core business and strategy. TEEM16 - Doctoral Consor,um
  7. 7. Engineering and Educa,on Learning from complementary ways of developing experimental competences Natércia Lima, Research Centre in Industrial Technology and Engineering (CIETI), School of Engineering, Polytechnic of Porto, nmm@isep.ipp.pt Clara Viegas, Research Centre in Industrial Technology and Engineering (CIETI), School of Engineering, Polytechnic of Porto, mcm@isep.ipp.pt Francisco José Garcia-Peñalvo, Research Ins,tute of Educa,onal Sciences (IUCE), Faculty of Sciences, University of Salamanca, fagarcia@usal.es Engineering educa,on has solid needs of experimental competences development. Nowadays these competences can be developed not only in tradi,onal laboratories (hands on) but also through the use of computer simula,ons and remote labs. The main objec,ve of this thesis project is to beder understand the effects on the students’ learning outcomes in different contexts, when subject to similar design approaches using an enquiry-based teaching and learning methodology based on simultaneous use of experimental resources (hands on, simula,on and remote labs) together with calculus, in class and assessment. To accomplish this goal, several insights must be taken into considera,on, including the teachers’ media,on in each case and the didac,cal implementa,ons adapta,ons, but also external factors, such as socio-cultural and/or poli,cal factors. TEEM16 - Doctoral Consor,um
  8. 8. Engineering and Educa,on Analysis of integra,on of sopware solu,ons as services for developing learning technological ecosystems Alicia García-Holgado, Spain, GRIAL Research Group (University of Salamanca), aliciagh@usal.es Francisco J. García-Peñalvo, GRIAL Research Group (University of Salamanca), fgarcia@usal.es Currently, there exist very powerful Open Source sopware applica,ons that cover most of the ICT needs of any ins,tu,on, both for its opera,on and internal processes management. In this context, the technological effort of companies and ins,tu,ons is not in the development of new sopware tools but to create their own technological ecosystem using available sopware components. The main objec,ve of this thesis project is to propose a framework for the defini-on and evolu-on of technological ecosystems by analysing integra,on of different sopware solu,ons and support decision making by analysing data flows and informa,on generated by them. TEEM16 - Doctoral Consor,um
  9. 9. Medicine and Educa,on Ar,ficial Neural Networks applica,ons in Computer Aided Diagnosis. System design and use as an educa,onal tool Jorge Hernández Rodríguez, Spain, Programa de Doctorado de Formación en la Sociedad del Conocimiento, Universidad de Salamanca, jorgeh@usal.es María José Rodríguez Conde, Ins,tuto Universitario de Ciencias de la Educación (IUCE), Universidad de Salamanca, mjrconde@usal.es Francisco Javier Cabrero Fraile, Departamento de Ciencias Biomédicas y del Diagnós,co (Facultad de Medicina), Universidad de Salamanca, cabrero@usal.es Computer Aided Diagnosis and Detec,on (CAD), is an automated tool for specialists who interpret medical images, that provides informa,on which can be used as a “second opinion”, or supplementary data in their decision making process. The main objec,ve of the first phase of this disserta,on is the development of CAD schemes, based in the machine learning models called Ar-ficial Neural Networks, which could be applied to different image modali-es. The valida,on of the system in clinical prac,ce and the inves,ga,on of their possible uses as an educa,onal tool for trainees during medical residency programs is the second phase. TEEM16 - Doctoral Consor,um
  10. 10. Doctoral Consor,um Interac,on and eLearning Moderator: Rafael Molina Carmona Student: Alicia García-Holgado 3/11/2016 TEEM16 - Doctoral Consor,um

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