URACCAN teachers strengthen investigative knowledge about CCRISAC and Western research
Dr. Cordón assured that these workshops will have more replicas throughout the month of October.
Neylin Calderon

Tutors and juries of investigative processes participate

The Research and Postgraduate area began with the first workshop on the appropriation of research knowledge to teachers of the Bilwi campus who have had the opportunity to be jurors and tutors of thesis and monographs. On this occasion, the central theme was the "Analysis of parameters, variables and indicators of monographic defense evaluation".

The teacher Rosa Palacios, coordinator of the area, explained that so far there are about 104 works of completion of studies corresponding to various careers of this venue. That is why several topics will be addressed in these workshops, so that teachers can strengthen the knowledge of research, both Western and with the methodology of the Cultivation and Breeding of Wisdom and Knowledge (CCRISAC) promoted by URACCAN.

Dr. Enrique Cordón, vice-chancellor of this compound, was in charge of giving the words of welcome to the participants, and who urged to be more consistent with these kinds of activities that strengthen the skills and knowledge of the teaching staff, "it is a reinforcement of elements that we identify that we have weaknesses (...); that's why we have the roles of tutors and jurors raised," he explained.

Cordón also emphasized that each topic is based on the two types of research being worked on since college. "We have two ways of the process, the scientific method and there is also the CCRISAC, the traditional method, which comes from the knowledge and wisdom of peoples," he explained.