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MUNOZ-IBANEZ, Cristopher A.; GAYOSSO-MEXIA, Sonia  and  ALFARO-PONCE, Mariel. Design and construction of a quantitative model for the management of technology transfer at the Mexican elementary school system. Ing. Investig. [online]. 2018, vol.38, n.1, pp.105-112. ISSN 0120-5609.

Nowadays, schools in Mexico have financial autonomy to invest in infrastructure, although they must adjust their spending to national education projects. This represents a challenge, since it is complex to predict the effectiveness that an ICT (Information and Communication Technology) project will have in certain areas of the country that do not even have the necessary infrastructure to start up. To address this problem, it is important to provide schools with a System for Technological Management (STM), that allows them to identify, select, acquire, adopt and assimilate technologies. In this paper, the implementation of a quantitative model applied to a STM is presented. The quantitative model employs parameters of schools, regarding basic infrastructure such as essential services, computer devices, and connectivity, among others. The results of the proposed system are presented, where from the 5 possible points for the correct transfer, only 3.07 are obtained, where the highest is close to 0.88 with the availability of electric energy and the lowest is with the internet connectivity and availability with a 0.36 and 0.39 respectively which can strongly condition the success of the program.

Keywords : Tecnological Management; quantitative model; infrastruture.

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