Ana Maria de Guadalupe Arras Vota
Ana María de Guadalupe Arras Vota holds a BA degree in Communication Sciences, from the Western Institute of Technology and Higher Education; a master’s degree in Administration, from the School of Accounting and Administration of the Autonomous University of Chihuahua; and a PhD degree in Management from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Postdoctoral fellow in human sciences at the University of Zulia. Advanced Certificate in English Language Teaching, from the University of Edinburgh.
Professor at the Autonomous University of Chihuahua. Member of Mexico’s National Researcher System (Level 1), since 2007, in the area’s economy. Holder of the 2014 Regional Award for Science, Technology and Innovation, in the area of Humanities and Behavioural Sciences. Winner of the 2016 Drago-Latina Award to the year’s most-cited articles, for the article “ICT competencies among university students”, published in the Latina Journal of Social Communication in 2011.
Areas of research: communication, culture and technology management. Author of several articles, including Competencias en TIC y rendimiento académico en la universidad: Diferencias por género (“Competencies in ICT and academic performance at university: differences by gender”); Competencias en Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación (TIC) de los estudiantes universitarios (“Competence in ICT and university students”); Escenarios de aprendizaje y satisfacción estudiantil en posgrado virtual 2010, 2014 y 2015 (“Learning environments and student satisfaction in virtual postgraduate programmes 2010, 2014 and 2015”)
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