Members of the Technical Council of the Las Minas campus during its evaluation assembly.
New agenda in the face of the new challenges of virtuality
The Technical Council of the Las Minas Campus is analyzing the progress of the first days of the second half of the academic year 2020, which is implemented in a semi-presidential way in the different modalities of studies of URACCAN on the siuna campus.
The Master's Degree Jasmil Castillo Martínez, coordinator of the area of Science, Technology and Environment of Las Minas, said that the Technical Council of Las Minas is with a new agenda, depending on the new challenges that force virtuality.
"Although we have already been working on this process, it is still being learned and today you can see the actions that can be implemented and evaluated the process of the first two weeks of work with students and that leaves us a guide to improvement and maintain the quality of the different academic areas of the university," explained Castillo Martínez.
The coordinator also assured that all academic areas are participating in the Technical Council: Science, Technology and Environment; Humanities and Social Legal Sciences; Education Sciences; Academic Secretariat; institutes and research centres, the area of research and postgraduates, which have to do with the perspectives of gender and interculturality, as well as the university extensions of Rosita, Bonanza and Waslala.
The Lilia Montoya master's degree, coordinator of Humanities and Social Legal Sciences, argued that at this beginning of the second semester, URACCAN Las Minas develops various strategies in the context of the pandemic to strengthen the learning process, but at the same time have actions relevant to academic retention and the development of virtual platforms, in order to better serve students.
"We are organizing, we are articulating, because as a university we work articulately with the different areas, to get our students forward and achieve the learning results that they require to pass or graduate our students," concluded Teacher Montoya Leal.