Ubiquitous Learning to Design Technological Instruments for Social Ubiquitous Research
The research Knowledge Management and Telematic to Interdisciplinary Research and education (GC-TIDI) observes that college students believe that technology has a direct impact on their academic performance; therefore, the teachers need to have strong capabilities to use and design learning technology. Established by the functional structure of the Universities of México, the activities that researchers carry out include the teaching of their scientific field, although the use and design learning technology takes longer for professionals in social sciences, especially when the technology is not easy to understand. This paper describes how a social research-teaching group designed a ubiquitous learning-researching instrument (TIDI-LAOMS), and it also describes how technological knowledge appropriates with the Action-Research process. The instrument is evidence that technology helps the training of the group and serves as a forum for the observation of its effectiveness. We also considered this instrument as an organization’s intellectual capital with copyright.
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Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal, Volume 4, Issue 4, pp.49-58.
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Research Project Manager (UNAM-PAPIME), CEIICH, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, DF, Mexico
Dr. Lucia Patricia Carrillo Velázquez has her PhD in administration sciences and her master’s in management of organizations, computing engineer. She is a National System researcher and a research project manager. She wrote her dissertation on knowledge management and Telematic Technology on interdisciplinary research and teaching. She is a professor of different postgraduate and undergraduate subjects. Dr. Velázquez is a professional, master and PhD thesis Assessor. She has diverse technological development with National Author Registry. Her previous works include:
“Create Technological and Research Capabilities to Solve a Social Research Problem in Latin America and Caribbean.” International Journal of Social Science and Humanity (IJSSH 2011); “Create Technological and Research Capabilities to Solve a Social Research Problem”, which was presented at the 2nd International Conference on Education and Management Technology-ICEMT in 2011, in Shangai, China; “The Multidisciplinary Development of a Technological Prototype. National Wetlands Inventory,” paper presented at International Conference on Advances in Recent Technologies in Communications & Computing. Association of Computer Electronics and Electrical Engineers. Bangalore, India; “Semantic Web and Logic of Significances in the Knowledge Management of a Social Sciences Research,” En Athenaum 2011 Conference, Tiruchirapalli, India, Barathidasan Institute of Management; and “Knowledge Management Process And Technology Capacity in a Social Sciences Network Research,” en Ibrahim Güran Yumuçac. (Ed.) Bilgi Ekonomisi. The Knowledge Economy, Istambul, Turkey, Prime Ministry of Republic of Turkey-Avci Ofset Matbaacilik.