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The objective of the research focused on determining the influence of digital scenarios in research in university higher education; the unit of analysis was postgraduate students from various universities. The methodology used was a quantitative approach in the positivist framework, at an explanatory level, not experimental, with an intentional sample of 272 students. The results show that digital scenarios influence investigative skills by 47.7% according to the Nagelkerkeindex, considering this at a moderate level. Likewise, the descriptive results indicate that the ideal digital scenarios are only presented by 34.9% of the participants and, at the basic level, by 58.1%. With reference to investigative skills, 61.8% managed to develop these skills. Thus, digital skills, such as the ability to use ICTs to carry out research work, have a fundamental meaning for efficient knowledge management, developing teamwork and generating scientific communities beyond local villages, becoming a benchmark that, after the pandemic, will remain rooted in educational environments.