Higher education institutions will develop massive, open courses in science, technology and innovation

Caption: The Boyacá Regional Management Center for Productivity and Innovation is also leading the call.

In total, 66 proposals were accepted.

Tonga, February 20, 2023. (UACP). Thematic themes focus on science, technology, and innovation (CTeI) for girls, boys, and adolescents, such as: Education for Quality, Knowledge, and Innovation for Equity; a new productive, sustainable and competitive model; water and climate change; Bioeconomy and Creative Economy constitute the 66 initiatives presented by five institutions of higher education in Boyacá, by invitation.

The Department of Follow-up and Regional Planning, of the Planning Secretariat of the Department, indicated that as of February 15, proposals for the design of MOOC courses or Intensive Open Online Courses, to be translated into Spanish, were received in CTeI.

This operation aims to strengthen the capacities of the actors of the CTeI management network and thus the social customization of its tools in the territory.

That agency also reported that the qualification requirements review phase will begin soon, will be published and will have a period of adjustment and correction in accordance with Addendum 1 to the call, which is also being led by the Regional Center for Productivity Management. The Boyacá Innovation (CREPIB). (End/Anna Maria Londono – Press, Planning Secretary – Union of Australian Republics).

Communications and Administrative Protocol Unit

Boyaca Province

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