Laboratory In The Context Of The Sars-Cov-2 Pandemic To Strengthen The Competencies Of Students Of The Computer Systems Engineering Program

Published in: Prospective and trends in technology and skills for sustainable social development. Leveraging emerging technologies to construct the future: Proceedings of the 19th LACCEI International Multi-Conference for Engineering, Education and Technology
Date of Conference: July 19-23, 2021
Location of Conference: Virtual
Authors: Gabriel Augusto Tirado Mendoza (Universidad Privada del Norte, PE)
Eduardo Martin Reyes Rodriguez (Universidad Privada del Norte, PE)
Lucia Maribel Bautista Zúñiga (Universidad Privada del Norte, PE)
Full Paper: #165


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.