ANALYSIS of the PROCESS of EDUCATIONAL ASSIMILATION THROUGH the USE of TECHNOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

  • C. Muñoz Ibáñez
  • S. Gayosso Mexia
  • M. Alfaro Ponce
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Resumen

The Sectoral Education Program 2013-2018 establishes the improvement of public education institutions, through the application of technologies that impact the education assimilation process, in order to achieve this Technological Management Systems (TMS) should allow the transfer and assimilation of technologies, which play a predominant role in the routine work of our country's basic and higher education institutions. The management of technology includes all activities related to the capacity of an institution to use technologies, obtained internally or externally, so as to improve efficiency in the educational process, the standardization of processes and their conceptualization will allow the development of methodologies more in line with the needs of educational institutions. This paper presents an overview of the importance of technology management systems for the purchase, assimilation and transfer of new technologies that provide institutions with the ability to offer avant-garde and interactive education with laboratories, equipment, classrooms and state-of-the-art tools that are functional and that adapt to the particularities of the existing infrastructure, personnel and technological supplements.

Publicado
2017-07-04
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MUÑOZ IBÁÑEZ, C.; GAYOSSO MEXIA, S.; ALFARO PONCE, M.. ANALYSIS of the PROCESS of EDUCATIONAL ASSIMILATION THROUGH the USE of TECHNOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS. Boletín Científico INVESTIGIUM de la Escuela Superior de Tizayuca, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 5, jul. 2017. ISSN 2448-4830. Disponible en: <https://repository.uaeh.edu.mx/revistas/index.php/investigium/article/view/2423>. Fecha de acceso: 17 ene. 2018 doi: https://doi.org/10.29057/est.v3i5.2423.

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