Patricia Rosas Chávez

Patricia Rosas Chávez has completed Technical Formation postgraduate degrees On-Line by Universidad de Oberta in Catalunya.

She has participated as a consultant for several government organizationas and also for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).

She led the team that implemented the faculty development program: “The Agora”, which won the award from the Open Education Consortium in the category of Open Faculty Development Program in collaboration with the Justice Institute of British Columbia. Today she leads the implementation of a certificate in advanced topics in Open and Innovation in collaboration with JIBC.

She is a full-time professor ascribed to the Public Policies Department of the University Campus for Economy and Administration Sciences (CUCEA) of Universidad de Guadalajara. She also participates as a member of the Academic Body “Innovation in Education and the New Literacies”.

She was a coordinator of the Masters Program in Learning Technologies in the University Campus for Economy and Administration Sciences in Universidad de Guadalajara.

She was also the coordinator of the Tutorial Support Network for the Central West Region of the National Universities, Colleges and Higher Education Institutions Association from 2008 to 2012

She was a Member of the Experts National Group (GNE) and National Coordinator for the branch of Generic Competences for the Assessment of Higher Education Learning Outcomes (AHELO) promoted by OCDE from 2009 to 2012.

She is the National coordinator of the Digital Learning Community for the Development of Higher Education in International Relations. This project works in collaboration with the General Direction of University Higher Education of the Public Education Secretary and the France Université Numérique.

She participates in the Coordinating Group of Design and Assessment of Learning Competences in Higher Education in collaboration with the General Direction of University Higher Education of the Public Education Secretary, the Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí and the Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán.

She participated as a counselor in the National Coordination Organization regarding the use of Social Connectivity in the Project México Conectado directed by the Communication and Transport Secretary.

She leads a program for reading encouragement named “Letras para Volar”.

Currently she is the Director of Innovation and Undergraduate Studies of Universidad de Guadalajara.