The hybrid university modality: An experience based on the study of technological conditions and the learning context

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Yamirlis Gallar Pérez, Enrique Aurelio Barrios Queipo, Tomás Aznar Sánchez


The didactic transformation of Higher Education associated with the impact of information and communication technologies (ICT) as an essential resource in the teaching-learning process has been scientifically argued since the last decades of the 20th century. The health situation created by Covid 19, dynamized this reality in an emergent way and promoted its generalization in the different formative modalities. The results achieved in the hybrid modality (face-to-face and virtual) demand the improvement of the didactic strategies applied. The present work contributes to this end, through the didactic characterization of the hybrid modality from the technological conditions and the learning environment of the students of the SEK International University in Ecuador. The results show an increase in the use of mobile devices in academic activities, with an emphasis on cell phones. Likewise, it is corroborated that the environmental conditions of learning and connectivity are very diverse, aspects that must be addressed by the learning process. A mixed research approach was applied, based on a survey of students' perception, its corresponding statistical treatment, analysis-synthesis, and documentary review. 

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