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Title: The Tecnol


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The Tecnológico de Monterrey
  • Privately funded
  • Non-profit
  • Independent
  • Non-government operational support
  • 26 non-profit sponsoring boards
  • 681 Board of trustees members

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Mission 2005-2015
  • Monterrey Tech educates persons
  • With integrity, high ethical standards and a
    humanistic and social science perspective
  • Internationally competitive in their professional
    fields
  • Citizens committed to their communities well
    being

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33 campuses
Virtual University
  • 6,496 Graduate programs
  • 8,745 Undergraduate
  • courses
  • 90,509 Continuing Education
  • programs
  • 86,356 Social programs
  • 8,418 faculty
  • 92,875 students

Tec Milenio 30 campuses
Institute for Sustainable Social Development
  • 912 faculty
  • 17,158 students
  • 100 Social incubators
  • (Education, Health,
  • Incubation, Housing)

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21 field offices
6,508 students abroad 4,524 students from other
countries 350 Universities with international
cooperation agreements(year 2006)
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6,508 students abroad(year 2006)
North America32
Europe52
Asia5
South America6
Oceania 5
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4,524 students from other countries(year 2006)
North America38
Europe34
Asia4
Africa 0.5
South America21
Oceania 2.5
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Sites in America
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Accreditations
  • SACS Southern Association of Colleges and
    Schools
  • AACSB International Association for Management
    Education
  • EFME European Foundation for Management Education
    (EQUIS)
  • ABET Accreditation Board for Engineering and
    Technology
  • AMFEM Asociación Mexicana de Facultades y
    Escuelas de Medicina A.C.
  • IFT Institute of Food Technology
  • NHSA National High School Association
  • CACEI Consejo de Acreditaciones de la Enseñanza
    de la Ingeniería
  • SECAI Sistema de Evaluación de la Calidad de las
    Enseñanzas en Ingeniería
  • CACECA Consejo de Acreditación en la Enseñanza de
    la Contaduría y Administración

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Strategic alliances
  • Harvard University JFK School of Government
  • Administración pública
  • Georgetown University
  • Política, leyes y estudios internacionales
  • Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
  • Derecho internacional
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Computación
  • University of British Columbia
  • Comercio y educación
  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • Administración
  • University of California, San Diego
  • Medicina, biotecnología
  • Fudan University
  • Administración y economía China
  • Tsinghua University
  • Ingeniería y arquitectura
  • Esslingen University
  • Mecatrónica
  • Univerzita Karlova
  • Economía
  • École Polytechnique
  • Física y bioquímica
  • Technische Universität München
  • Software e ingeniería de sistemas
  • École Supérieure du Commerce Extérieur, Paris
  • Administración de negocios

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The top-ranked M.B.A. Programs in The Wall Street
Journal/Harris Interactive survey of corporate
recruiters
(Wall Street Journal, September, 2004)
  1. Purdue University
  2. Vanderbilt University
  3. Ohio State University
  4. University of Maryland
  5. Brigham Young University
  6. Texas Christian University
  7. ITESM (September 2003, No.16)
  8. Michigan State University
  9. University of Denver
  10. Thunderbird
  11. IPADE
  12. University of Tennessee
  13. Harvard Business School

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Alumni profile
  • 19 of the CEOs of the 200 largest
    corporations in Mexico
  • 25 of the State governors
  • 68 Alumni owning a business
  • 20 years after graduation
  • 3 of higher education (at national level)

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Educational model
Ethics, attitudes and values
Internationally competitive Professionalslife
skills
Social responsibilityand humanistic perspective
Leadership andentrepreneurship
International perspective
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Virtual University
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33 campuses
Virtual University
  • 6,496 Graduate programs
  • 8,745 Undergraduate
  • courses
  • 90,509 Continuing Education
  • programs
  • 86,356 Social programs
  • 8,418 faculty
  • 92,875 students

Tec Milenio 30 campuses
Institute for Sustainable Social Development
  • 912 faculty
  • 17,158 students
  • 100 Social incubators
  • (Education, Health,
  • Incubation, Housing)

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Virtual University
2006
Programs
Students
  • Graduate 6,496
  • Undergraduate 8,745
  • Corporate continuing education 90,509
  • Social programs 86,356
  • Teacher training courses
  • Public officials
  • Journalists and NGOs
  • Community Learning Center

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Mission
  • The Virtual University offers quality education
    using innovative educational models,
    collaborative learning, and advanced information
    technology, in order to contribute to the
    development and advancement of Spanish-speaking
    communities.

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Background
  • Founded in 1989 with the objective of extending
    educational coverage without geographical
    limitations.
  • At the beginning, the Virtual University focused
    on satellite technology for course delivery and
    the Internet for student interaction.
  • In 1999, the Virtual University evolves and
    increases the number of on-line courses

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Educational Model
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Educational modelChange of paradigms
Teacher centered
Student centered
Student
Student
Student
Tutoring
Digital library
Professor
Student
Student
Learning objects
Collaborative networks
Individual learning activities
Student
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Didactic model
Common characteristic
Didactictechniques
  • Problem-Based Learning (PBL)
  • Case Method
  • Project-Oriented Learning (POL)

Collaborative learning
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Why learning by doing?The learning pyramid
Average retention capacity
Participant Role
5
Presentation
(passive)
Education with presentation approach
Reading
10
Audiovisual
20
Demonstration
30
Education withConstructivist approach
Discussion Group
50
Practice
75
Teaching others
80
(active)
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From the educational model
  • the Virtual University designs courses that
    favor development of competencies and knowledge
    acquisition, using Internet technology and all
    its instructional potential.

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Participants involved in the design process
Teaching team
Instructional designer
Media Producer
Course
Graphic designer
Web editor
Technical Support staff
Systems developers
Fixed Role
Multimedia Staff
Variable Role
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Elements in the course delivery process
Group discussions
Multimedia
Didactictechniques
Contents
P r o f e s s o r
Tutor
Student
Activities
feedback
  • Services
  • Administrative
  • Academic Administration
  • Information technology

Academic counselor
Evaluation
Digitallibrary
Learning resources
Videos
Forums
Technological resources
Technological platform
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Course Design process
Content development Quality control
Design of learning environment Content adaptation
Specific design request
Student
Design of activities Quality control
Audio-visual
Incorporation of elements on technological
platform
Multimedia
Graphics
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Characteristics
  • Instructional design that incorporates didactic
    techniques to promote the active participation of
    the student
  • Activities that promote self-learning based on
    technology
  • Learning communities that foster collaboration
    among classmates
  • Activities that students can apply to their
    environments
  • A tutoring system guides and gives feedback to
    each student
  • Use of a technological platform that allows
    effective academic and administrative follow-up

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Benefits
  • Training time reduction
  • Favors learning retention
  • Greater flexibility
  • Allows the creation of communication, knowledge
    and collaborative learning in an organization
  • Easy content update
  • Allows a more effective administration of
    training
  • Participant follow-up
  • Report generation
  • Grater participant reach
  • Uniformity in training
  • Develops learning to learn skills

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Programs
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Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs

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Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs

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Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs

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Global environment aspects
2
Globalization
1
Competitiveness
3
Accelerated changes
5
Accelerated creation of knowledge
4
Use of technology
34
Organizational needs
2
  • Distance work
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership
  • Cultural diversity

1
Productivity and quality
3
  • Innovation
  • Learning organizations
  • Flexibility

5
Relevant and updated knowledge
4
Technological capacity
35
Graduate programs of the Virtual University
2
1
  • Collaborative work
  • Online
  • With different cultures, countries and regions
  • Academic standards
  • Teamwork
  • Time management

3
Strategies of collaborative learning to solve
problems and projects
5
  • Certified professors
  • Capability of learning to learn

4
Development of technological skills
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Graduate Programs
  • Master in Business Administration
  • Master in e-Commerce
  • Master in Administration of Information
    Technologies
  • Master in Science with specialization in Quality
    Systems and Productivity
  • Master in Information Science and Knowledge
    Management
  • Master in Public Administration
  • Master in Ethics

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Graduate Programs
  • Master in Humanistic Studies
  • Master of Education
  • In cognition in council and educative development
  • In cognition in teaching-learning processes
  • Master of Education, specialization in
    Administration of Educational Institutions
  • Master in Educational Technology
  • PhD in Educational Innovation

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Certifications and specialties
  • e- Commerce
  • Financial Management
  • Six Sigma Black Belt Certification
  • Construction Management Certification
  • Registered Financial Specialist Certification
  • Global Business Management Certificate

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Joint and dual degree programs
  • Global MBA with Thunderbird University
  • Master in Educational Technology with University
    of British Columbia
  • Master in Innovation and Business Development
    with Arizona State University (January 2008)
  • Master in Management of Information Technologies
    with Carnegie Mellon University (August 2008)

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Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs

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Membership model
  • Learning community that works through an annual
    membership, includes
  • Actualization courses
  • Special events
  • Information services
  • Monthly Electronic bulletin
  • Digital library
  • Digital video library
  • Web Links to relevant sites
  • Virtual Writing Center

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Course topics
Teamwork
Leadership and empowerment
Communication and collaboration
Vision and strategic planning
Resource administration
Performance evaluation
Creative thinking and problem solutions
Decision making processes
Negotiation and conflict resolution
Results oriented management
Client orientated management
Quality and productivity
Personal development
Accounting and finance
Marketing
Use of technology
Sales
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Advantages and benefits
  • Tailor made training according for the
    organizations. The company decides the topics in
    which they want to prepare their employees
  • Possibility to follow the progress of each
    employee through a Learning Management System
  • Variety of subject areas
  • Cost effective programs
  • Possibility to concentrate the training strategy
    in one place within the organization

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Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs

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Social SectorMarginal Communities
Educational network for social sustainable
development
144,006 students
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CCAs educative homepage
www.cca.org.mx
  • Courses for the community
  • - Technological alphabetization
  • - Support for basic education
  • - Family
  • - Healthy care
  • - Immigrants

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Educational Strategy
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1,697 Community Learning Centers
59,472 enrolled students (2006)
In USA 139
In Mexico 1,542
Houston, Tx
Dr. Arroyo, N. L.
In other countries 16
República Dominicana, Ecuador and Guatemala
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Statistics
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Students 2006
86,356
90,509
6,496
8,745
TOTAL 192,106
Undergraduate courses
Graduate programs
Continuing education programs
Social development programs
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Alumni of Virtual University Programs
Number Program of students 1989 -
2005 Undergraduate 109,151 Graduate 8,020 Contin
uing education 174,890 Social programs 188,068
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Patricio López del Puerto President of Virtual
University
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