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Santiago Criollo-C, Sergio
Luján-Mora
Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering pp 204-211; doi:10.1007/978-3-030-11434-3_24

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Oswaldo Moscoso-Zea, Pablo Saa, Sergio
Luján-Mora
Australasian Journal of Engineering Education pp 1-10; doi:10.1080/22054952.2019.1601063

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Oswaldo Moscoso-Zea, Joel Paredes-Gualtor, Sergio
Luján-Mora
Enfoque UTE, Volume 10, pp 247-257; doi:10.29019/enfoqueute.v10n1.459

Abstract: Organizations around the world require a sound process of change management to innovate and remain competitive over time. Change and knowledge management needs to be supported with the right tools to overcome the challenges of transformations and transitions in the business models and processes of diverse organizations. Steering boards can use enterprise architecture (EA) to implement new knowledge management initiatives in their strategic planning. EA allows companies to model the current situation (as-is models) of the organization and the desired future scenarios (to-be models) and to establish road maps to enable adequate transformations. Different frameworks exist in the market that support the management of organizations, for example: Control Objectives for Information and Related Technologies (COBIT), Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), quality models such as the one proposed by the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) and systems such as the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) are widely used for the management of business and information technologies (IT). However, EA is not widely used with the other mentioned tools. This paper analyzes EA as a tool for change and knowledge management and compares its functionality with other frameworks in the market. The analysis performed in this paper checks if EA can be used and is compatible with other frameworks. To answer this question, an analysis of the most important processes, good practices, perspectives and tools provided by each framework was performed.
Milton Alfredo Campoverde Molina, Sergio
Luján-Mora
, Llorenç Valverde
Published: 1 March 2019
INTED2019 Proceedings pp 3774-3783; doi:10.21125/inted.2019.0961

Diego Buenaño‐Fernandez, William Villegas‐Ch, Sergio
Luján‐Mora
Computer Applications in Engineering Education; doi:10.1002/cae.22100

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María José Fernández, Angel Jaramillo-Alcázar, Marco Galarza-Castillo, Sergio
Luján-Mora
Contemporary Issues in Technology Education pp 671-679; doi:10.1007/978-3-030-11890-7_63

Abstract: In recent years, higher education has faced the need to apply educational changes due to the increase of students with special needs in the classroom. Day after day, we see changes in technology that can be exploited and mobile devices are an example of this trend. Mobile devices can be a tool used to improve the education of students with special needs, and people with hearing disabilities are not a exception. Thus, this research focuses on the development of accessible mobile serious games for education. Serious games allow people with hearing disabilities to learn by combining a tool such as a video game with a learning methodology. In this paper, we present My First English Game (MFEG), a video game whose main objective is to teach basic topics of the English language in an interactive way. Additionally, the video game includes accessibility features that make it inclusive for people with hearing disabilities. The final goal of this work is to contribute to the improvement of English learning for people with disabilities.
Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Rasa Zalakeviciute, Sergio
Luján-Mora
, Wilmar Hernandez
Contemporary Issues in Technology Education pp 638-648; doi:10.1007/978-3-030-11890-7_61

Abstract: This research evaluates the accessibility of mobile applications with the Accessibility Scanner tool. The evaluated applications are related to the quality of the air we breathe. As a matter of fact, nowadays there exists a high number of free applications for mobile devices that provide information about the level of contamination that is affecting cities, as well as the concentration of each significant pollutant. However, not all those mobile applications are accessible. This study uses Accessibility Scanner of Google, applying the accessibility guidelines for mobile applications of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1. In this study, 10 mobile applications were evaluated, and it can be said that the obtained results can be seen as a useful, practical example of how to develop inclusive mobile applications.
Oswaldo Moscoso-Zea, Jorge Castro, Joel Paredes-Gualtor, Sergio
Lujan-Mora
IEEE Access pp 1-1; doi:10.1109/access.2019.2906343

X. Palacios-Pacheco, W. Villegas-Ch, Sergio
Luján-Mora
Published: 30 December 2018
Gerontechnology pp 510-520; doi:10.1007/978-3-030-05532-5_38

Abstract: College desertion is one of the problems currently addressed by most higher education institutions throughout Latin America. From different investigations, it is known that a large percentage of students do not complete their studies, with the consequent social cost associated with this phenomenon. Some countries have begun to design deep improvement processes to increase retention in the first years of university studies. The process considered for the improvement of the desertion is through the data mining, the use of its algorithms allows discovering patterns in the students that help to explain this effect. The algorithms also identify the independent variables that influence the desertion and analyze them according to a level of depth previously established by the interested parties. The purpose of this study is to determine a model that explains the desertion of undergraduate students at the university and design actions that tend towards the decrease of the desertion.
Jorge Villarroel-Ramos, Sandra Sanchez-Gordon, Sergio
Lujan-Mora
2018 International Conference on Information Systems and Computer Science (INCISCOS) pp 312-319; doi:10.1109/inciscos.2018.00052

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