Web-Based Learning-Support System for Computer Science Applied to Business
In order to assist and consolidate business and management students' learning of Computer Science, a powerful web-based system is introduced.
||Web-based System, Technology Based Learning, Information and Communication Technologies
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 11, pp.145-156.
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Dr Hornos has been a lecturer at the University of Granada since 1991, where he obtained his MSc in Computer Science and PhD in Computing. He is currently involved in various national, regional and local R&D&I projects, among them one for the development of an educational and augmentative hypermedia communicator for autistic children and people with disabilities. His fields of research are Specification and Verification of Concurrent Systems and Computer Science Applied to Business, on which he has published many research papers and one textbook.
Dr Abad has worked as a visiting professor at the Business School of the International Cooperation University (San José, Costa Rica), and as a computer consultant for the Honduras Central Bank (Tegucigalpa, Honduras) and Vive Granada S.L.L. (Granada, Spain). She has also served as a postdoctoral researcher on a Bioinformatics project at Boston University.
Dr Hurtado has been a lecturer at the University of Granada since 1991, and it was here that she received her MSc Degree in Computer Science, her BSc Degree in Education Science, and her PhD in Computing. She is currently a member of the editorial board of "Information and Management: The International Journal of Information Systems Applications". She has participated in a series of R&D&I projects. She is involved in the development of an educational and augmentative hypermedia communicator for people with disabilities. She has published many academic and research papers and one textbook.
Ms López-Sánchez–Huete has been a lecturer at the University of Granada since 2001. Since then, she combines her teaching demands with her work as a technician in the Computer Science Service of various Administrations. She has an MSc in Computer Science from Granada University. She is currently a PhD student, having finished her PhD courses in Computing, and is working on her PhD thesis.
Mr Molina Ortiz obtained his MSc degree at the University of Granada, working initially at this University as a researcher, and now as a lecturer and researcher. He has been involved in various research projects related to Software Evolution and Bioinformatics. He has published several research papers in the areas of Software Evolution and Adaptive Hypermedia Systems.
Mr Muñoz-Ropa has an MSc in Computer Science from the University of Granada. He currently works as a system analyst at Granada University's Computer Science Service. In his capacity as an employee of the University of Granada and also as a freelancer programmer, he has worked on the development of various computer programmes. He has taught numerous Computer Science courses of different levels both within and outside the University.
Mr Martínez has an MSc in Physics from the University of Granada. He currently holds a grant from the Educational Innovative Project which supports the toolkit and the system described in this paper. His work involves developing the toolkit and implementing the system.
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