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April 2005. The Tecnologico de Monterrey U niversity S y stem. Founded by civil soci e t y in 1943 and s upported by 27 non-profit o r ganizations Private i nstitution, independent of political and religious groups. Tecnológico de Monterrey. 33 campus. 8,253 faculty 96,832 students

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the tecnologico de monterrey u niversity s y stem
The Tecnologico de Monterrey University System
  • Founded by civil societyin 1943and supported by 27 non-profit organizations
  • Private institution, independent of political and religious groups
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Tecnológico de Monterrey

33 campus

  • 8,253 faculty
  • 96,832 students
  • 156,396 alumni

Tec Milenio

6 campus

Virtual University

  • 102,094 students
  • 12 programs
  • 870 faculty
  • 8,611 students
virtual university
2004Virtual University
  • Undergraduate : 5,919
  • Graduate: 5,804
  • Continuing education:30,859
  • Social programs: 59,512
  • Community Learning Centers
    • 930 in México
    • 97 in USA
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12 field offices

Agreements with 350 Universities

accreditations
Accreditations
  • SACS Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
  • AACSB International Association for Management Education
  • EFMD European Foundation for Management Education

(EQUIS)

  • ABET Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology
  • AMFEM Mexican Association of Faculties and Schools of Medicine
  • IFT Institute of Food Technology
  • NHSA National High School Association
  • CACEI Council for the Accreditation of the Teaching of Engineering
  • SECAI System of Quality Control for the Teaching of Engineering
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Purdue University

Vanderbilt University

Ohio State University

University of Maryland

Brigham Young University

Texas Christian University

ITESM (September 2003, No.16)

Michigan State University

University of Denver

Thunderbird

IPADE

University of Tennessee

Harvard Business School

The top-ranked M.B.A. Programs in The Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive survey of corporate recruiters

(September, 2004)

alumni profile
Alumni profile
  • Directors of the 200 largest firms in Mexico 25%
  • State governors 19%
  • Alumni owning a business
    • 20 years after graduation 68%
  • 70% of the alumni are under 40 years old
mission
Mission

Tecnológico de Monterrey prepares:

  • Individuals who are ethical and who have a humanistic perspective of the world
  • Professionals who are internationally competitive in their fields
  • Citizens committed to the development of their community and to the sustainable use of natural resources
mission1
Mission
  • Via research centers and business incubators , the Tecnológico prepares people and transfers knowledge in order to:
    • Promote competitiveness and the generation of new businesses
    • Strengthen and improve public administration and public policies
    • Contribute to the community with sustainable development models and innovative systems for educational, social, economic and political improvement
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Tecnológico de Monterrey

33 campus

  • 8,253 faculty
  • 96,832 students
  • 156,396 alumni

Tec Milenio

6 campus

Virtual University

  • 102,094 students
  • 12 programs
  • 870 faculty
  • 8,611 students
background
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
mission2
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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¿Why learning by doing?The learning pyramid

Participant

Role

Average retention capacity

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)

change of paradigms
Change of paradigms

Student centered

Teacher centered

Professor

Student

Tutoring

Student

Student

Digital

Library

Learning

objects

Student

Student

Collaborative

networks

Individual learning

activities

Student

didactic model
Didactic model

Common characteristic

Didactictechniques

  • Problem-Based Learning (PBL)
  • Case Method
  • Project-Oriented Learning (POL)

Collaborative learning

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Participantsinvolved 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

elements in the course delivery process
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

characteristics
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
advantages
Advantages
  • Cost reduction
  • 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
programs offered by the virtual university
Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs
programs offered by the virtual university1
Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs
programs offered by the virtual university2
Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs
graduate programs
Graduate Programs
  • Master in Business Administration
  • Master in e-Commerce
  • Master in Administration of Information Technologies
  • Master in Quality and Production Systems
  • Master in Administration of Educational Institutions
  • Master in Knowledge Management
  • Master in Education
  • Master in Technological Education
  • Master in Technological Education, joint degree with UBC
  • Master in Humanities
  • Master in Applied Public Management
graduate programs1
Graduate Programs
  • Global MBA for Latin American Managers
  • e- Commerce
  • Financial Management
  • PhD in Educational Innovation
programs offered by the virtual university3
Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs
continuing education programs
Continuing education programs
  • Personal development
  • Sales
  • Accounting and finance
  • Sustainable development
  • Education
  • Languages
  • Quality and productivity
  • Technology
programs offered by the virtual university4
Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs
social development programs
Social Development Programs

Teachers and educational institutions

Social development programs for communities

Public officials

Non-government organizations

Journalism

teachers
Teachers

Education Leadership

with regard to

New Technologies

Educational Institution

Management Skills

Program

Leadership Skills for

School Principals (THD)

Managers

Principals

Teachers

Educational Technology

For Latin America Middle

Schools

Teaching Skills

Program (PAHD)

ITESM – Cambridge Certification

XXI Century Education

Competencies

public officials
Public Officials

Open and

Participatory

Government Diploma

(for federal officers)

Seminar on Local

Government

Management

Local Headstart

Program

Governance of

Public Services:

Educational

Options

Open and Participatory

Government Program:

Governance without

Corruption

(for municipal officers)

State and

Municipal

Government

Finance Program

Electronic

Government Diploma

Ethics Program

Integrity

Program

journalism
Journalism

The roll of a journalist

in the middle of a crisis

Journalist research

on corruption cases

Challenges and trends

of journalism in

Latin America

Virtual seminary

for the new

journalism

Follow-up on

social programs and

public expenses

Narration and

social topics

Proximity journalism:

local and rural

non government organizations
Non-Government Organizations

Social, cultural and ethic surroundings for NGO´s

Organizational

Development

Planning and

Strategies for

Conservation

Social Leaders: Distance Training Program

on NGO Management

General Management

Finance and Project

Management

Marketing and

Fund-raising

social development programs for the communities
Education

Information technology

Basic education support

Baccalaureate

Undergraduate

Master degrees and PhD

Continuing education for change agents

Entrepreneurs

Teachers

Public officials

Family

Health

Journalism

Non-government organizations

Latin Americans in the USA

Social development programs for the communities
virtual university statistics
Virtual University Statistics
  • Undergraduate courses 5,919
  • Graduate programs 5,804
  • Continuing education programs 30,859
  • Social development programs 59,512

TOTAL 102,094

Students 2004

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Patricio López del Puerto

President of the Virtual University

plopez@itesm.mx