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¿Dónde se publican artículos de investigación docente relacionados con asignaturas de Ingeniería Industrial? (Where are published research articles related to university teaching of Industrial Engineering?)

WPOM : Working Papers on Operations Management 01/2011;
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ABSTRACT A la hora de realizar investigación o mejorar la práctica docente universitaria, no siempre es fácil encontrar fuentes de información que cumplan el requisito de ser publicaciones en revistas académicas, que hayan sometido al artículo a un proceso de revisión ciega por pares. Pretendemos cubrir este hueco para el área de ingeniería industrial y proporcionar un listado de las revistas académicas que tienen en su línea editorial la publicación de artículos de investigación docente sobre asignaturas de titulaciones afines a la Ingeniería Industrial. (When conducting research or improving university teaching practice is not always easy to find sources that meet the requirement of publication in blind peer review academic journals. We intend to fill this gap for the area of industrial engineering and provide a list of academic journals that include research related to teaching Industrial Engineering in their focus/scope).

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