Laboratory in the context of the Sars-CoV-2 Pandemic to Strengthen the Competencies of Students of the Computer Systems Engineering Program
Tirado Mendoza, Gabriel Augusto
Reyes Rodriguez, Eduardo Martin
Bautista Zúñiga, Lucia Maribel
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The research consists of the development of remote laboratory experiences to strengthen the competencies of computer systems engineering students in the Robotics Workshop course; because the Sars-CoV-2 pandemic, in Peru, prevents students from being able to carry out laboratory experiences in person. In this sense, new learning session designs were developed and used the Arduino-Uno project development board; as well as the Arduino Sketches software; allowing students to program electronic devices remotely, through the Blackboard Collaborate and Zoom platforms; achieving that students can implement prototypes, using sensors and motors applied in robotics, directly impacting the achievement of the course competence. As a result of the remote experiences, the students reached 91% in the K competence in the measurement carried out by the teacher and an average level of 77% of valuation in the perception survey regarding satisfaction and learning criteria.