JOTSE is an international Journal aiming at publishing interdisciplinary research within the university education framework and it is especially focused on the fields of Technology and Science. JOTSE serves as an international forum of reference for Engineering education.

Teaching innovation oriented, the journal will be issued twice per year (every 6 months) and will include original works, research and projects dealing with the new learning methodologies and new learning supporting tools related to the wide range of disciplines the Engineering studies and profession involve.

Editors in chief

Beatriz Amante García, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya,BarcelonaTech, Spain

María Martínez Martínez, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya,BarcelonaTech, Spain

Editorial Team

Graciela Benzal, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina

Juan Antonio Llorens Molina,Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain

Sònia Oliver del Olmo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

Noelia Olmedo, Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya, Spain

Cristina Poyatos Matas, Griffith University, Australia

Francisco Rejón-Guardia, University of Granada, Spain

Lorenzo Salas-Morera, Escuela Politécnica de la Universidad de Córdoba, Spain

Web site: http://www.jotse.org/

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e-ISSN: 2013-6374

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  • Mathematical modelling in engineering: a proposal to introduce linear algebra concepts 

    Cárcamo Bahamonde, Andrea Dorila; Gómez Urgellés, Joan Vicenç; Fortuny Aymeni, José María (OmniaScience, 2016-03)
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    The modern dynamic world requires that basic science courses for engineering, including linear algebra, emphasize the development of mathematical abilities primarily associated with modelling and interpreting, which aren´t ...
  • The use of e-portfolio in a linear algebra course 

    Taberna Torres, Judit; García Planas, María Isabel; Domínguez García, Santiago (OmniaScience, 2016-03)
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    Open Access
    The use of e-portfolio becomes more common learning and student assessment; and this is due to the need for teachers to enhance students’ autonomy. The use of e-portfolio helps students to reflect on their own learning ...
  • An evaluation tool for physics applets 

    Pejuan Alcobé, Arcadi; Bohigas Janoher, Xavier; Jaen Herbera, Javier (OmniaScience, 2016-03)
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    Open Access
    Physics applets are well known appealing resources for teaching and learning physics, and there is a lot of them available on the Internet. Nevertheless, not all of them are of the same quality as such resources nor fit ...
  • Post secondary project-based learning in science, technology, engineering and mathematics 

    Ralph, Rachel A. (OmniaScience, 2016-03)
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    Open Access
    Project-based learning (PjBL - to distinguish from problem-based learning - PBL) has become a recurrent practice in K-12 classroom environments. As PjBL has become prominent in K-12 classrooms, it has also surfaced in ...
  • ICT and inclusive education: attitudes of the teachers in secondary education 

    Fernández Batanero, José María; Colmenero Ruiz, María Jesús (OmniaScience, 2016-03)
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    Open Access
    The inclusion and the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) configure a field of great scientific interest in the current society. In this context, the attitudes of the teachers towards the ICT play an important ...
  • ‘Standards’ on the bench: do standards for technological literacy render an adequate image of technology? 

    Nia, Mahdi Ghaemi; De Vries, Marc J. (OmniaScience, 2016-03)
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    Open Access
    The technological literacy of students has recently become one of the primary goals of education in countries such as the USA, England, New Zealand, Australia, and so forth. However the question here is whether these ...
  • Technology and science education: looking at the future 

    Amante García, Beatriz; Martínez Martínez, María del Rosario (OmniaScience, 2016-03)
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    Open Access
    As usual in JOTSE, the first editorial of the year presents an analysis of our Journal evolution. In this sense, we reflect on the changes undergone and the challenges we will face in the new year 2016.
  • Learning sustainability by developing a solar dryer for microalgae retrieval 

    Malheiro, Benedita; Ribeiro, Cristina Castro; Silva, Manuel Fernando; Caetano, Nidia Sá; Ferreira, Paulo; Guedes, Pedro (OmniaScience, 2015-12)
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    Open Access
    The development of nations depends on energy consumption, which is generally based on fossil fuels. This dependency produces irreversible and dramatic effects on the environment, e.g. large greenhouse gas emissions, which ...
  • A multicultural approach to teach sustainability 

    Caetano, Nídia de Sá; Rocha, João Simões; Quadrado, José Carlos; Cardoso, José Marílio; Felgueiras, Manuel Carlos (OmniaScience, 2015-12)
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    Open Access
    Globalization is a tendency that covers all society perspectives in general, and the high education in particular. The main traditional objective of these institutions was to prepare domestic students with a set of skills. ...
  • Introducing ethical, social and environmental issues in ICT engineering degrees 

    Miñano Rubio, Rafael; Fernández Aller, María Celia; Anguera de Sojo Hernández, Aurea María; Portillo Aldana, Eloy (OmniaScience, 2015-12)
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    Open Access
    This paper describes the experience of introducing ethical, social and environmental issues in undergraduate ICT engineering degrees at the Universidad Politécnica of Madrid. It is an example of both bottom-up and top-down ...

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