This webinar is hosted in Spanish
About the Presentation
Distance education in Peru has evolved from models applied in correspondence that there was no communication between the teacher and the student or in which the communication was asynchronous, to a model based on synchronous communication through the use of conference and online communication
This study analyzes the influence of the characteristics of the equipment and connectivity for synchronous communication through Blackboard Collaborate conference Web Conference.
The research was conducted on a sample of 237 students in the first semester of study at the School of Management and International Business from the University Alas Peruanas, who continue their education in the distance mode, the students in the sample are located in 47 locations scattered level throughout the country (Peru-South America)
For data collection were used electronic forms that allowed collecting information and validate student data including filter and discard questions.
The studies focused on identifying what the impact of the use of cell phones and mobile devices by students in the teaching process.
About the Presenter
Dr. Luis Molina Almanza is Bachelor in Business Administration degree from the National University of Callao, Bachelor of Education National University of Education Enrique Guzmán y Valle, Graduated in Law and Political Science at the National University of San Marcos. A graduate of the Master of Educational Management University Teaching and Alas Peruanas University, also has a Masters in Educational Management at the National University of Education Enrique Guzmán y Valle and Doctorate in Education from the Alas Peruanas University. He has completed the Diploma in Open and Distance Education., and the Diploma in Governance at the Institute of Government.
He was coordinator of the School of Professional Academic and International Business Administration in distance learning and is the current head of Accreditation in the distance mode.
Development research on student and teacher profiles in distance learning and distance education in the native language Quechua. Currently investigating the use of cell phones and mobile technology in the teaching process.
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