Title:Society 5.0 Competences in Telecommunications Engineering Graduates, UNED, Costa Rica [Descargar]
Título:Competencias de la sociedad 5.0 presentes en los graduados de Ingeniería en Telecomunicaciones, UNED, Costa Rica [Descargar]
J. R. Santamaría Sandoval and E. Chanto Sánchez
Telecommunications;Engineering profession;Training;Production;Knowledge engineering;Ethics;Social factors;Engineering education;Computer science education;Graduate competences;society 5.0;multidisciplinary training;telecommunications
Society 5.0 redefines the paradigms with which training in the field of engineering has been carried out, this leads to a social approach within a field considered technological. This approach should be transferred to the training process of students, which is why the Telecommunications Engineering program at UNED needs an evaluation of the incorporation of competencies related to Society 5.0 in its training process. Thus, this research aims to determine qualitatively whether this approach has been incorporated or not. The method proposed the search for information in literature, review of the study plans and survey to the program’s graduates. Thus, through the analysis of the three elements, it is determined that the program has taken its initial steps and indirectly includes competencies in its teaching process, but there are still gaps to fill to reach an explicit scope.
J. R. Santamaría Sandoval and E. Chanto Sánchez, "Society 5.0 Competences in Telecommunications Engineering Graduates, UNED, Costa Rica," in IEEE Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnologias del Aprendizaje, vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 371-378, Nov. 2022. doi: 10.1109/RITA.2022.3217194