UIS

Call Gradua-TIC 2024

Academic Vice Rector's Office

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Call

Introduction

This call is in response to the Policy of support for training through Information and Communication Technologies (Superior Agreement No. 051 of 2009) and related regulations. The Policy establishes the guiding principles for supporting training through ICT, recognizing the importance of appropriating and utilizing technology to enrich teaching, learning, and evaluation processes.

Accordingly, this call aims to encourage the development of proposals formulated by teams of students and professors of the Universidad Industrial de Santander (UIS) in the framework of their final work. The proposals should support the training processes of UIS undergraduate academic programs by utilizing ICT tools.

It is in the institutional interest to showcase the learning outcomes and competencies developed by students during their training process. This evidence demonstrates the institutional imprint resulting from the appropriation of the 2018 Institutional Project and the UIS21 Pedagogical Model, and should be reflected in the profiles of graduating students.

IMPORTANT

Days

04

Tuesday

June

Registration Deadline

04

Tuesday

June

Registration Deadline

Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds

12

Wednesday

June

Publication of preliminary results of the requirements check

12

Wednesday

June

Publication of preliminary results of the requirements check

14

Friday

June

Deadline for Correction of Proposals

14

Friday

June

Deadline for Correction of Proposals

18

Tuesday

June

Publication of final results of the requirements check

18

Tuesday

June

Publication of final results of the requirements check

09

Tuesday

July

Publication of final results

09

Tuesday

July

Publication of final results

Call

Objective

The objective of this call is to support the development of proposals formulated within the framework of undergraduate final work that complement the training processes of UIS undergraduate academic programs through the use of ICT tools.

DOCUMENTATION AND

Regulations

Call

Stimuli

Each winning proposal will receive the following incentives:

  • For the authors (students) and for each winning proposal, 120 hours of student assistance will be granted, as economic support to execute the project. In the case of several authors (students), the prize is distributed among the students as previously established in the stage of preparation of the proposal and following the institutional regulations of auxiliaries.

  • For the director, and co-director (if applicable), $ 600,000 = will be awarded for each proposal, represented in peripherals for computer equipment according to the catalog sent by the Academic Vice-Rectory. If there is a director and co-director, it must be established who and in what proportion will receive the award intended for teachers (peripheral computer equipment(s)). In the case of being a plant teacher, the teams in your name will enter the institutional inventory.

Call

Requirements

  • Applicants must be undergraduate students at UIS, in an academic program that requires final work and have current enrollment in the subjects “Final Work I” or “Final Work II” or equivalent subjects for the development of the final work. Excludes students of programs affiliated to the Faculty of Health and students of programs that only perform practice as a degree requirement.

  • At least one of the student authors of the proposal must not have financial support from the University*, thus making possible their appointment in a Students’ part time jobs during the semester in which the proposal is submitted and executed**.

  • The objective and scope of the degree work plan or document that takes its place, duly approved, must be related to the objective of this call. This applies to student applicants who have a current enrollment in the subject “Degree Project II” or the equivalent subject for the development of the degree project.

  • The professors participating in the proposal as directors or co-directors must be UIS faculty.

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* In addition, he must not graduate in the July 2024 ceremonies, so that sufficient time as an active student will be available during the year 2024 to make his appointment possible.
** This requirement seeks to comply with institutional regulations in order to allow the awarding of the prize provided for the students.
*** Includes tenured professors, adjunct professors at Regional Campuses, special professors, temporary professors and adjunct professors for the common cycle.
  • The faculty members participating in the proposal as directors or co-directors must have an active virtual classroom in Moodle with content, resources, activities, performance tasks and enrolled students. This classroom must be used for the assembly or integration of the development proposed in this call for proposals, for its subsequent implementation with students.

  • The professors who participate in the proposal as directors or co-directors must not have any commitments in arrears from other ICT Calls developed by the Academic Vice Rector’s Office.

  • Professors can apply to other calls of the ICT 2024 portfolio, as long as there is a main application.

  • The final work that originates the proposal may be submitted only once, must have a formal assignment of director and co-director (if applicable) and formal approval of the degree work plan by the degree work committee of the School or academic program.

  • The proposal should be oriented to improve teaching and learning processes of UIS undergraduate students.

  • Authors (students, director and/or co-director) must include in the proposal the names of all participants and the type of relationship with the University, e.g.: Name (xxxxx xxxxx)-Professor Universidad Industrial de Santander / Name: (xxxxx xxxxx) – Student xxxx.

  • Authors should follow the instructions for the presentation of the proposal contained in the appendixes to the TOR of the call for proposals.

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Application Form

CALL

Stages

CALL

schedule

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Phase

Start Date

End Date

Deadline for sending an application to the Academic Vice-Rectory, via form.

June 04, 2023 – 12:00 m

Publication of requirements verification results

June 12, 2024

Correction period for proposals

June 13, 2024

June 14, 2024

Publication of final requirements verification results

June 18, 2024

Evaluation of proposals

June 19, 2024

June 21, 2024

Publication of final results

July 09, 2024

Completion of execution of the proposal and delivery of documents for closure

To date end of academic semester 2024-2

PREPARATION OF THE

proposal

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The student must propose, within the framework of his degree work, the development of one or several elements that support the training processes through the use of ICT. The correspondence with the objective of the call, justification, planning, application and incorporation of simulation tools and their impact on the teaching-learning process, among others, will be valued.

The degree work may be developed in any of the modalities of degree work approved by the School or program, provided that the objective of the project points to the objective of this call. The proposal must correspond to the plan approved by the degree work committee of the School, and the elements that must be extracted from its degree work plan to submit to this call, are in the proposal format contained in Annex 1.

The proposal may be submitted by an author or several authors, but must correspond to the same students, the director, and co-director (if applicable), authorized by the committee of degree works for its realization; Therefore, it is not allowed to include new members once the nomination of the proposal is submitted.

All authors must authorize participation in the call, through Annex 3.

ENDORSEMENT AND

submission

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The student’s proposal must have the endorsement of the professor director of the degree project, and the co-director (if applicable). These roles for the professor or professors must have the official assignment by the degree work committee. The endorsement implies that the supervision of the progress of the execution of the proposal can be consulted and managed through the director of the degree work, and co-director (if applicable).

The student will fill out Annex 1  and send it to the director teacher, and co-director (if applicable), so that the endorsement can be granted, individually, in the format of Annex 3. The endorsement or endorsements must be transformed into a single PDF file to be sent in the application form.

The information of the proposal consigned in Annex 1, together with the endorsements and the copy of the minutes of the degree work committee where the approval of the degree work plan is evidenced, must be sent to the Academic Vice-Rectory through the following form HERE.

STUDY AND APPROVAL OF

proposals

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ELTIC will be in charge of the evaluation process of the proposals, firstly, in terms of verifying compliance with the requirements of the call and, secondly, following the criteria set out in Annex 2.

First stage: eligible. For a proposal to be considered within the list of eligible winners, it must obtain at least 80% of the maximum possible score.

Second stage: selection by groups.  The three (3) best scores from each of the following groups will be selected as winners:

  1. Faculty of Science

  2. Faculty of Human Sciences

  3. Faculty of Physicomechanical Engineering

  4. Faculty of Physicochemical Engineering

  5. IPRED

If within any of the groups the three (3) winners are not completed, ELTIC may reassign the available places in the third selection stage.

Third stage: selection by score.  As a selection mechanism to optimize the allocation of available resources, from the list of eligible after excluding the winners of the second stage, ELTIC will select the proposals that obtained the highest score, until completing a total of fifteen (15) winners adding those of the second and third stage.

Finally, an additional stimulus to the score will be assigned to the applicant teams that comply, totally or partially, with encouraging the use of simulation tools: The proposals that contemplate the incorporation of simulation tools will receive up to 3 tenths additional to the weighted score.

Note: The cases of a tie will be settled by comparing the score obtained in the individual indicators, ordered according to weighting. (See Annex 2). If the tie persists, the final winner will be selected randomly through the use of a computer tool.

The final results of this activity will be published by ELTIC in the institutional media and, in addition, will be notified both to the director of the degree project, the co-director (if applicable), and the students who authored the winning proposals. This activity ends this stage of the call.

DEVELOPMENT AND CLOSURE OF

proposals

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For the development of the proposal, it is requested that all the activities included in the project be executed during the calendar year 2024.

At the end of the development stage, the team of students and teachers who authored the proposal must:

  1. Have developed all the products included in the winning proposal to support the training processes through the use of ICTs.

  2. Have carried out the assembly of the products, which implies including them as material of the Moodle virtual learning classroom of the teachers who will use it later.

  3. Deliver a “Report of lessons learned and recommendations” that describes the observations collected during the time of development of the proposal, in a format that will be sent by ELTIC.

  4. Socialize with the respective Academic Unit the result of the implementation of the proposal and present evidence of this activity.

  5. Socialize the result of the implementation of the proposal in a day programmed by the ELTIC.

  6. Authors must explicitly include their affiliation with the Universidad Industrial de Santander in all resulting products.

Students with winning proposals must complete the project, deliver the products described in the proposal and fulfill all the commitments of this call before receiving their degree. This verification will be included as a degree requirement (peace and security) from the Academic Vice-Rectory. In case the day scheduled by the ELTIC is after the student’s degree, an agreement must be established on which other member of the team will attend this commitment and the agreement must be notified to the ELTIC. In this case, requirement (v) of this numeral will not be included in the student’s peace and safe grade.

The fulfillment of the commitments of this call, in the case of students, is independent of the academic evaluation of the degree work. Likewise, in case of unjustified breach of commitments by students, this may result in the respective sanctions and / or other relevant actions.

In the case of participating professors, the commitments of this call are part of their contracted teaching activities (professors) or their teaching functions (full-time professors), as directors or co-directors of the degree work of the participating students. Then, the unjustified breach of the commitments acquired within the framework of this call, may give rise to the respective sanctions according to the type of relationship they have with the University.

GENERAL

Results

The authors of those experiences selected for support will be contacted by the Academic Vice-Rectory for the signing of the initiation act.

INTELLECTUAL

Property

With the participation in the call, the professor who applies acknowledges and accepts that when producing the content that is going to be disseminated through digital media, the intellectual property rights of third parties are not violated and, if necessary, must provide the authorizations and / or assignments to which there is place of the economic rights of the development or products that are obtained in favor of the University.

In any case, the teacher assumes the commitment to hold the UIS harmless for claims by third parties associated with copyright ownership of the products derived from this call.

Without prejudice to the moral rights, which will always be recognized to the authors, the ownership of the economic rights derived from the creations object of this call will belong to the UIS, by virtue of the provisions of the laws on intellectual property, and by the provisions of articles 11 and 12 of the Agreement of the Superior Council No. 093 of 2010 – Intellectual Property Regulations.

Consequently, as the UIS is the owner of the economic rights of the products derived from this call, it reserves the right to use, reproduce, adapt, publicly communicate, arrange or any other transformation of the products obtained and in general all the prerogatives provided for in the legal system.

ADDITIONAL

Information

For additional information about this call, you can contact the professionals Jorge Iván TORRES CAMACHO in jitorres@uis.edu.co or with María del Pilar DÍAZ JAIMES in  academicaprofesores@uis.edu.co and política.tic@uis.edu.co or with the ICT – PETIC liaison professor of your faculty, as follows:

Faculty

ICT Liaison Professor – PETIC

E.mail

SciencesJosé Gregorio MORENO PATIÑOjomoreno@uis.edu.co
IPREDMargarita RODRÍGUEZ VILLABONAmarodvil@uis.edu.co
Human ScienesJorge Luis NAVARRO ESPAÑAjnavarro@uis.edu.co
Physicochemical EngineeringHernando GUERRERO AMAYAhegueama@uis.edu.co
Physicomechanical Engineering

Luz Marina BALLESTEROS RUEDA

luzmabal@uis.edu.co

HealthJorge Iván TORRES CAMACHOjitorres@uis.edu.co
CEDEDUISEsperanza REVELO JIMÉNEZerevelo@uis.edu.co
Profesor enlace de TIC – PETICCorreo electrónico
Ciencias
José Gregorio MORENO PATIÑO
jomoreno@uis.edu.co
Ciencias Humanas
Jorge Luis NAVARRO ESPAÑA
jnavarro@uis.edu.co
CEDEDUIS
Esperanza REVELO JIMÉNEZ
erevero@uis.edu.co
Ingenierías Fisicomecánicas
Jorge Enrique MENESES FLOREZ

jmeneses @uis.edu.co

Ingenierías Fisicoquímicas
Hernando GUERRERO AMAYA
hegueama@uis.edu.co
IPRED
Luz Marina BALLESTEROS RUEDA
luzmabal@uis.edu.co
Salud
Jorge Iván TORRES CAMACHO
jitorres@uis.edu.co
More information ICT – PETIC

Sciences
José Gregorio MORENO PATIÑO

jomoreno@uis.edu.co

Human SciencesJorge Luis NAVARRO ESPAÑA
jnavarro@uis.edu.co
CEDEDUIS
Esperanza REVELO JIMÉNEZ
erevero@uis.edu.co
Physicomechanical Engineering
Jorge Enrique MENESES FLOREZ
jmeneses @uis.edu.co

Physicochemical Engineering
Luz Marina BALLESTEROS RUED

luzmabal@uis.edu.co

IPRED
Margarita RODRÍGUEZ VILLABONA
marodvil@uis.edu.co
Health
Jorge Iván TORRES CAMACHO
jitorres@uis.edu.co

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Jorge Iván  Torres Camacho

E-mail: jitorres@uis.edu.co

María del Pilar Díaz Jaimes

E-mail: politica.tic@uis.edu.co

academicaprofesores@uis.edu.co

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