LINEAMIENTOS DESDE LA INDUSTRIA 4.0 A LA EDUCACIÓN 4.0: CASO TECNOLOGÍA IoT

Autores/as

  • Nydia Susana Sandoval Carrero
  • Nancy María Acevedo Quintana
  • Luz Marina Santos Jaimes

Palabras clave:

Currículo, educación 4.0, industria 4.0, ingeniería, IoT

Resumen

Las tecnologías de Industria 4.0 en el ambiente universitario abre nuevas   posibilidades para aplicaciones y servicios, conduciendo a innovaciones científicas en el proceso de enseñanza- aprendizaje que faciliten la llegada de la Educación 4.0. En este artículo, se estructura una ruta en la dirección de la educación superior consolidar esfuerzos en la formación de ingenieros idóneos para afrontar los retos de la Industria 4.0 consistiendo de: nuevos cursos en los programas de ingeniería, cualificaciones y habilidades entre las que se destacan las competencias blandas, y fábricas de aprendizaje como enlace entre la Academia a proyectos reales de la industria. Adicional, se aborda Internet de las Cosas como una de las tecnologías claves para el alcance de la Educación 4.0, en la que su aplicación lleva al mejoramiento del proceso de enseñanza- aprendizaje, y al monitoreo de salud, y emociones de los estudiantes

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2022-07-28

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Sandoval Carrero, N. S. ., Acevedo Quintana, N. M. ., & Santos Jaimes, L. M. . (2022). LINEAMIENTOS DESDE LA INDUSTRIA 4.0 A LA EDUCACIÓN 4.0: CASO TECNOLOGÍA IoT. REVISTA COLOMBIANA DE TECNOLOGIAS DE AVANZADA (RCTA), 1(39), 81–92. Recuperado a partir de https://ojs.unipamplona.edu.co/ojsviceinves/index.php/rcta/article/view/1379

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