The Journal of Technology and Science Education (JOTSE) has been created as a contribution to he development and improvement of scientific and technological education by constituting a common space to share experiences to all those who, somehow, are involved in the teaching and learning processes of engineering studies, in all modalities.
This journal aims at publishing two issues a year besides special editions. This scholarly periodical will serve as a meeting space for teaching innovation of the academic community wishing to analyse or observe methodological and pedagogical factors that may influence and enhance the learning experience of engineers.
Printed edition of the Special Issue for the IV International Conference UNIVEST'13 "Strategies towards collaborative learning"
Printed edition of Journal of Technology and Science Education Vol 4, No. 2 (2014): Special Issue UNIVEST'13
Special Issue for the VIII International Congress on University Teaching and Innovation CIDUI 2014
JOTSE participate in CRECS14
Last week, Beatriz Amante, an editor in chief of JOTSE participate in CRECS14 (4th Conferencia sobre calidad de revistas de ciencias sociales y humanidades).
Poster presented in the conference
JOTSE in SJIF (Scientific Journal Impact Factor)
JOTSE has been positively evaluated in the SJIF Journals Master List evaluation process, which resulted in a score given SJIF 2012 = 3.032 (Scientific Journal Impact Factor Value for 2012).
Papers in Spanish also accepted
From now on, JOTSE also accepts papers written in Spanish.
If this paper, at the end of the revision process is accepted, the paper must be translated. OmniaScience offers this service upon acceptance of the payment of this service.
Vol 4, No 2 (2014): 4th international UNIVEST: Strategies towards collaborative learning
Table of Contents
|4th international UNIVEST: Strategies towards collaborative learning|
Special Issue. UNIVEST'13
|Flow experiences in everyday classes of Spanish college students: the fit between challenge and skill|
|Jordi Escartin, Lucia Ceja, Montse Celdran, Javier Martín-Peña||62-70|
|Space of teaching support and innovation: Three years of collaborative work|
|Gisela Rodriguez Hansen, Jaume F. Lalanza, Ivan Sibilla, Juan Muñoz||71-78|
|Mental health nursing practicum: Student and mentor perspectives on stress and satisfaction|
|Sandra Gelabert Vilella, Anna Bonmatí Tomàs, Cristina Bosch Farré, Carme Malagon Aguilera, Concepcio Fuentes-Pumarola, David Ballester-Ferrando||79-88|
|Skills in clinical communication: Are we correctly assessing them at undergraduate level?|
|Alberto Zamora Cervantes, Carme Carrión Ribas, Ferran Cordón Granados, Bibiana Galí Pla, Elisabet Balló Peña, Miquel Quesada Sabate, Armand Grau Martin, Antoni Castro Guardiola, Silvia Torrent Goñi, Susanna Vargas Vila, Esther Vilert Garrofa, Enric Subirats Bayego, Gabriel Coll de Tuero, Laura Muñoz Ortiz, Carlos Cerezo Goyeneche, Pere Torán Monserrat||89-100|
|Effect of filming errors committed by nursing students to evaluate simulated clinical situations|
|Carme Sansalvador-Comas, Montserrat Faro-Basco, Olga Isern-Farrés, Joan Carles Casas-Baroy, Maria Tió-Faro||101-107|
|Help to new students of ICT Systems Engineering Degree at EPSEM-UPC: Mentoring|
|Roser Gorchs, Xavier Molinero Albareda||108-115|
Journal of Technology and Science Education, 2014
Online ISSN: 2013-6374; Print ISSN: 2014-5349; DL: B-2000-2012
Publisher: OmniaScience - Scholar Sponsorship: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. BarcelonaTech - ICE - RIMA