This book presents high-quality, peer-reviewed papers from the International Conference in Information Technology & Education (ICITED 2021), to be held at the ESPM - Higher School of Advertising and Marketing, Sao Paulo, Brazil, between the 15th and the 17th of July 2021. The book covers a specific field of knowledge. This intends to cover not only two fields of knowledge - Education and Technology - but also the interaction among them and the impact/result in the job market and organizations. It covers the research and pedagogic component of Education and Information Technologies but also the connection with society, addressing the three pillars of higher education. The book addresses impact of pandemic on education and use of technology in education. Finally, it also encourages companies to present their professional cases which is discussed. These can constitute real examples of how companies are overcoming their challenges with the uncertainty of the market.
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Anabela Mesquita is Professor at the Porto Accounting and Business School / Polytechnic of Porto since 1990, Vice Dean between 2007-2018, President of the SPACE European network, Member of the Algoritmi Research Centre (Minho University), and the former Director of CICE (Research Centre for Communication and Education). She is Member of MAERA and President of the External Evaluation Committee for the A3ES (Agency for Evaluation and Accreditation in Higher Education) in the area of Executive Management. She has been (and is) involved in many European and National research projects both as Researcher and as Coordinator. She has published numerous papers in various international journals and conference proceedings. She is Member of the Programme Committee and Scientific Committee of several national and International conferences. She serves as Member of the Editorial Board and referee for IGI Global. She also serves as Associate Editor of the Information Resources Management Journal and is co-Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction and Associate Editor of Helyion. She has also been Evaluator and Reviewer for Erasmus+ National Agency and European Commission projects. Her interests include education, e-learning, technologies and information systems, knowledge management, innovation, and intellectual capital.
António José Abreu Da Silva is Adjunct Professor at the Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administração do Porto, Instituto Politécnico do Porto. He completed his Post-Doctorate in Information Technologies and Systems, University of Coimbra, Department of Computer Engineering, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Coimbra, Ph.D. in Software Engineering based on reusable components with Human-Machine Interface applications, by the University of Vigo, and Master in Management Informatics by the University of Minho and Degree in Applied Mathematics Informatics by the Lusíada University. He currently works as Lecturer, in the scientific area of Information Systems, at Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administração do Porto/Politécnico do Porto, ISCAP/PPorto. He is Full Member of the CEOS.PP - Centro de Estudos Organizacionais e Sociais do Politécnico do Porto (Oporto Polytechnic Centre for Organizational and Social Studies) and Associate Researcher at Centro de Investigação CISUC - Center for Informatics and Systems of the University of Coimbra. Between 2015 and 2018, he was Coordinator of the Professional Higher Technical Courses (CTeSP) of Instituto Superior e Contabilidade e Administração do Porto (ISCAP) and Market Development Coordinator of Centro de Formação e Serviços ao Exterior do ISCAP. He is currently responsible for the Information Systems disciplinary group of CTeSP. He is Member of the scientific commission of several national and international conferences and initiatives in the area of Information Systems and Technologies (CISTI - Conferencia Ibérica de Sistemas y Tecnologías de Información; WORLDCIST - World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies; CAPSI - Conference of the Portuguese Association of Information Systems; COMETEL - Congresso Internacional de Computación y Telecomunicaciones; RISTI - Revista Ibérica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informação); MICRADS - Conferência Internacional Multidisciplinar de Pesquisa Aplicada à Defesa e Segurança. He is General Chair of ICOTTS - International Conference on Tourism, Technology & Systems and Author of several books published in the area of Information Systems.
João Vidal de Carvalho is Adjunct Professor at Institute of Accounting and Administration of Porto, Polytechnic of Porto (Portugal) and has completed Post-Doctorate in Technologies and Information Systems from University of Coimbra (Portugal), Ph.D. in Information Systems and Technology from University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain), and M.Sc. in Information Technology Management from University of Minho (Portugal), and Bachelor in Computer Science. He is Vice Director of the CEOS.PP Research Center - Center for Organizational and Social Studies of the Polytechnic of Oporto and Member of LIACC Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science Laboratory - FEUP. He is Member of the Iberian Systems and Information Technology Association (AISTI) and Effective Member of the ISCAP/Polytechnic of Porto Skills Recognition/Certification committee. He is Conference General Chair of the ICOTTS - The International Conference on Tourism, Technology & Systems and published some books in computer science/Database Management. He is Scientific Committee Member of several conferences in the area of Information Systems and Technologies. He is currently involved in an international quality assurance research project for Higher Education Institutions' information systems.
Qualitative-Naturalistic Research Route. A Meta-analytical Alternative for Management Studies: Work Satisfaction in Factories.- Cybersecurity in Smart Cities - Technology and Data Security in Intelligent Transport Systems.- Youth Associations in Academia: Their Implications for the Creation and Development of an Entrepreneurial Profile.- Modular Educational Ecosystem as Academic Support During Covid-19 Emergency at Mexico City-IPN in 2020.- The Incidence of Abuse and School Harassment Among Foreign and Spanish Students in Extremadura.- Tití App, An Interactive Psycho-Pedagogical Recovery Tool: A Pilot Study.- Accessibility and Usability in Learning Objects.- Museum, School and Augmented Reality a Way to Pre-serve the Ethno Identity of an Ancestral Culture.- Multinomial Logistic Regression Model for Prioritization of COVID-19 Vaccination in Portoviejo - Ecuador.- Visual Metrics for Educational Videogames Linked to Socially Assistive Robots in an Inclusive Education Framework.
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