Good Practices in the Redesign of Spaces for University Education in the Venezuelan Context of the Sucre Mission

Ronald M. Hernandez, Liset Veitia Mederos, Fidel Jesus Cabrera de la Rosa, Aleida Suarez Ramirez, Isabel Menacho Vargas, Henry Alarcon Diaz, Nancy Cuenca Robles, Victor Pulido Capurro


The objective of this article is to present the good practices in the conception of the redesign of spaces for university education in the Venezuelan context of the Sucre Mission, taking into consideration the historical context in which it takes place. The training of professionals is considered a priority for the development of nations, being desertion or abandonment a latent phenomenon that emerges as a result of dysfunctional economic scenarios or the emergence of exceptional situations. The use of the internet and mobile technology make it possible to mitigate such a situation in a challenge to maintain a quality university education; all of which demands relevant, timely and viable organizational processes.

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