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Research methodologies in social sciences new ways of constructing knowledge in the virtual world

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Mauro Guerra Chacón ,
Mauro Guerra Chacón

Instituto de Educación Superior Pedagógica Pública Horacio Zeballos Gámez- Pucallpa, Perú

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Leonor Huamán Camacho ,
Leonor Huamán Camacho

Universidad Nacional Agraria de la Selva. Tingo María. Perú

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Clemente Pardo Hidalgo ,
Clemente Pardo Hidalgo

Universidad Nacional de Ucayali. Ucayali. Perú

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Lida Maribel Cosme Solano ,
Lida Maribel Cosme Solano

Universidad Nacional Intercultural de la Amazonía. Ucayali. Perú

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Reyna Olano Del Castillo ,
Reyna Olano Del Castillo

Universidad Nacional Intercultural de la Amazonía. Ucayali. Perú

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Sucena Elizabeth Moreno Moreno ,
Sucena Elizabeth Moreno Moreno

Universidad Nacional de Ucayali. Ucayali. Perú

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Abstract

Introduction: With the arrival of the pandemic, educational centers, universities, institutes, have had to adapt to the trend of virtual education in its various modalities, face-to-face, blended or hybrid, due to the limitations imposed by illness, travel or geographical distance, an aspect of greater prevalence today, which has imposed changes in the ways of carrying out daily activities that have included even the development processes to achieve new knowledge.
Objective: To explore trends in virtual education research methodologies.
Method: Documentary review.
Results: Despite the haste imposed by the situation, there are options that deserve to make viable the continuity of research as an academic activity; according to the information gathered, it requires some adjustments or adaptations according to the training characteristics of each institution.
Conclusions: Changes in society have prompted adjustments in institutional training processes, posing demands towards an adaptation that fosters interaction and meaningful learning. The pandemic accelerated the transition to virtual education, challenging educational institutions to find innovative solutions, which has also affected research, which has had to adapt to virtuality. There are positive experiences that can be shared and replicated to strengthen training and research processes in virtual environments and promote academic development in the social sciences.

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Guerra Chacón MG, Huamán Camacho L, Pardo Hidalgo C, Cosme Solano LM, Olano Del Castillo R, Moreno Moreno SE. Research methodologies in social sciences new ways of constructing knowledge in the virtual world . Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2024 Jun. 2 [cited 2024 Jun. 20];4:1110. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/1110

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