UIS

GRADUA-TIC 2022

Academic Vice-Rectory

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Call

Introduction

This call responds to the Policy to support training through Information and Communication Technologies (Superior Agreement No. 051 of 2009) and the complementary regulations. The Policy defines the guiding principles of support for training through the use of ICT, and considers the appropriation and appropriate use of technologies as a generator of possibilities to enrich teaching, learning and assessment processes.

Accordingly, this call seeks to promote the development of proposals formulated within the framework of degree projects, by teams of students and professors of the Universidad Industrial de Santander (UIS), which support the training processes of the UIS undergraduate academic programs, through the use of ICT tools.

It is of institutional interest to make visible in the profiles of students about to graduate, the learning outcomes and competencies developed through the training process, evidence of the institutional imprint that results from the appropriation of the Institutional Project 2018 and the UIS21 Pedagogical Model.

Key

Dates

  • July 25th, 2022

Deadline for sending applications to the Academic Vice-Rectory using the Registration Form.

  • Call status

Closed call.

 

CALL

Objectives

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Support the development of proposals made, within the framework of undergraduate degree projects, that complement the training processes of UIS undergraduate academic programs through the use of ICT tools.

CALL

Requirements

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  • Be an undergraduate student at the UIS, in an academic program that requires degree work and have current enrollment in the subjects "Grade I Work" or "Grade II Work" or equivalent subjects for the development of the degree work. Excludes students from programs attached to the Faculty of Health and students from programs that only carry out internship as a degree requirement.

  • At least one of the students who authored the proposal must not have financial support from the University that prevents their appointment to a student auxiliary during the semester in which the proposal is presented and executed[1].

  • The professors who participate in the proposal as directors or co-directors, must not have commitments in arrears of other ICT Calls developed by the Academic Vice-Rectory and must not apply to other calls of the ICT 2022 portfolio.

  • The professors who participate in the proposal as directors or co-directors must have at least one Virtual Classroom active in the institutional platform and with enrolled students, and in which the assembly or integration of the proposed development is carried out, for its subsequent implementation with students.

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

  • The proposal should focus on benefiting a population made up of UIS undergraduate students.

  • In the case of students who have current enrollment in the subject "Work of grade II" or the equivalent subject for the development of the degree work, the objective and scope of the work plan of degree or document that takes its place, duly approved, must be related to the objective of this call.

  • The authors (students, director and/or co-director) must make express mention of their way of linking to the UIS in the proposal and in all the resulting products

  • Degree or document that takes its place, duly approved, must be related to the objective of this call.

  • The authors (students, director and/or co-director) must make express mention of their way of linking to the UIS in the proposal and in all the resulting products.

[1] This requirement seeks to comply with institutional regulations to allow the delivery of the prize provided for students.

INTELLECTUAL 

Property terms

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With the participation in the call, the professor who is postulated recognizes and accepts that by producing the content that is going to be disseminated through digital means, no intellectual property rights of third parties are 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 professor assumes the commitment to hold the UIS harmless for claims of third parties associated with ownership of copyright 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.

CALL

Stimuli

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Each winning proposal will receive the following incentives:

  • For the authors (students) and for each winning proposal, they will be awarded with 124 hours of student assistance, as economic support to execute the project. In the case of several authors, the prize is distributed among the students as previously established in the stage of preparation of the proposal and following the institutional regulations of auxiliatures.

  • For the director and co-director (if applicable), who are full professors, chairs and tutors, $ 600,000 = will be granted 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 they will receive the prize destined for the professors (peripheral computing equipment(s), and in the case of being a plant professor they will enter in their name in the institutional inventory.

CALL

Objectives

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Support the development of proposals made, within the framework of undergraduate degree projects, that complement the training processes of UIS undergraduate academic programs through the use of ICT tools.

CALL

Requirements

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  • Be an undergraduate student at the UIS, in an academic program that requires degree work and have current enrollment in the subjects “Grade I Work” or “Grade II Work” or equivalent subjects for the development of the degree work. Excludes students from programs attached to the Faculty of Health and students from programs that only carry out internship as a degree requirement.

  • At least one of the students who authored the proposal must not have financial support from the University that prevents their appointment to a student auxiliary during the semester in which the proposal is presented and executed[1].

  • The professors who participate in the proposal as directors or co-directors, must not have commitments in arrears of other ICT Calls developed by the Academic Vice-Rectory and must not apply to other calls of the ICT 2022 portfolio.

  • The professors who participate in the proposal as directors or co-directors must have at least one Virtual Classroom active in the institutional platform and with enrolled students, and in which the assembly or integration of the proposed development is carried out, for its subsequent implementation with students.

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

  • The proposal should focus on benefiting a population made up of UIS undergraduate students.

  • In the case of students who have current enrollment in the subject “Work of grade II” or the equivalent subject for the development of the degree work, the objective and scope of the work plan of degree or document that takes its place, duly approved, must be related to the objective of this call.

  • The authors (students, director and/or co-director) must make express mention of their way of linking to the UIS in the proposal and in all the resulting products

  • Degree or document that takes its place, duly approved, must be related to the objective of this call.

  • The authors (students, director and/or co-director) must make express mention of their way of linking to the UIS in the proposal and in all the resulting products.

[1] This requirement seeks to comply with institutional regulations to allow the delivery of the prize provided for students.

INTELLECTUAL 

Property terms

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With the participation in the call, the professor who is postulated recognizes and accepts that by producing the content that is going to be disseminated through digital means, no intellectual property rights of third parties are 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 professor assumes the commitment to hold the UIS harmless for claims of third parties associated with ownership of copyright 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.

CALL

Stimuli

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Each winning proposal will receive the following incentives:

  • For the authors (students) and for each winning proposal, they will be awarded with 124 hours of student assistance, as economic support to execute the project. In the case of several authors, the prize is distributed among the students as previously established in the stage of preparation of the proposal and following the institutional regulations of auxiliatures.

  • For the director and co-director (if applicable), who are full professors, chairs and tutors, $ 600,000 = will be granted 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 they will receive the prize destined for the professors (peripheral computing equipment(s), and in the case of being a plant professor they will enter in their name in the institutional inventory.

CALL

Stages

PREPARATION OF THE 

Proposal

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

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 School’s undergraduate work committee, and the elements that must be extracted from its degree work plan to be submitted to this call, are in the proposal format contained in Annex 1.

The proposal may be presented 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 presented.

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

  • Deadline for sending proposals to the Academic Vice-Rector’s Office, via email.

Until July 25, 2022

  • Evaluation of Proposals

Start: July 26, 2022

Closed: August 02, 2022

  • Publication of preliminary results

August 04, 2022

  • Period for correcting proposals

Start: August 05, 2022

Closed: August 06, 2022

  • Publication of final results

August 10, 2022

  • Completion of implementation of the proposal

December 31, 2022

  • Delivery of documents for closing

February 3, 2023

OBTAINING ENDORSEMENT AND

Sending proposals

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The student’s proposal must have the endorsement of the professor director of the degree work and co-director (if applicable). These roles for the professor or professors must have the official assignment by the committee of degree works. This 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 professor and co-director (if applicable) so that the corresponding endorsement can be granted. The endorsement or guarantees must be transformed to a single PDF file. The information of the proposal consigned in Annex 1, together with the endorsements and authorizations must be sent to the Academic Vice-Rectory through this Register form.

STUDY AND APPROVAL OF

Proposals

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ELTIC will be in charge of the evaluation process of 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: group selection

The three (3) best scores from each of the following groups will be selected as winners:

    • Faculty of Sciences.
    • Faculty of Human Sciences.
    • Faculty of Physicomechanical Engineering.
    • Faculty of Physicochemical Engineering.

If within any of the groups the three (3) winners are not completed, ELTIC may reallocate 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, the 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.

    Cases of a tie shall be settled by making successive use of the scores of the individual indicators in Annex 2, in descending order of assessment. In case of exhaustion of this mechanism, it will be selected randomly through the use of a computer tool.

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

DEVELOPMENT AND CLOSURE OF THE

Proposal

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For the development of the proposal, it is requested that all activities included in the project be executed during the calendar year 2022.

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

  • Have developed all the products included in the winning proposal to support training processes through the use of ICTs.
  • Have carried out the assembly of the products, which implies including them as material of the virtual Moodle learning classroom of the teachers who will use it later.
  • Submit a “Report of lessons learned and recommendations” that describes the observations collected during the development time of the proposal, in a format to be sent by the ELTIC.
  • Socialize with the respective Academic Unit the result of the implementation of the proposal and present evidence of this activity.
  • Socialize the result of the implementation of the proposal in a day programmed by the ELTIC.

Students with winning proposals must complete the project, submit 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 programming of the event 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 ELTIC. In this case, requirement iv will not be included in the student’s peace and except 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 lead to 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.

 

ADDITIONAL

Information

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For additional information about this call, you can contact the ICT – PETIC liaison professor of your faculty, as follows:

FacultyName teacher link of TIC – PETICEmail
SciencesClaude Andre EWERT DE GEUScewert@uis.edu.co
IPREDClaude Andre EWERT DE GEUScewert@uis.edu.co
Human SciencesHéctor Luis ROMERO VALBUENAhvalbuen@uis.edu.co
Eng. PhysicochemicalHernando GUERRERO AMAYAhegueama@uis.edu.co
Eng. PhysicomechanicalHernando GUERRERO AMAYAhegueama@uis.edu.co
CEDEDUISEsperanza REVELO JIMÉNEZerevelo@uis.edu.co

You can also contact professionals Jorge Iván TORRES CAMACHO (email: jitorres@uis.edu.co) or María del Pilar DÍAZ JAIMES (emails: academicaprofesores@uis.edu.co and política.tic@uis.edu.co)

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