The digital scenarios of research in university higher education

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Luis Alberto Núñez Lira, Christian Esteban Gómez Carrión, Marya Graciela Barzola Loayza, Ruth Asela Saravia Alviar, Oriele del Carmen Saravia Alviar, Víctor Ángel Ancajima Miñan


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.

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