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B4.- Activity Blocked Records

Summary

B4.1.-Problems of the records

B4.2.-Activity records for each student and course

a) Benefits

b) Activity records

b1) Activity records with the contents

b1.1.-Your activities with downloaded files

b1.2.-Your activities with linked files

b1.3.-Your activities with files

b1.4 .-- Your activities with comments

b1.5.-Subkeys used

b2) Activity records in services

b2.1.- Your activities classified by subservices

b2.2.- Your activities in the registered collaborations

b2.3.-Comments on exclusive pages of the subservices

b2.4.- Your activities in chats

b2.5.-Activities in docugames

b2.6.-Knowledge records (in development)

b2.7.-Your activities with mobile photography

B4.3.-Request, certification and blockade of records

A.-Request for certification of Activity Blocked Records

B.-BLOCK Docuplay technique to guarantee the reliability of the records.

C- Headings of the requested record.

D.-Protection of the privacy of other students.

B4.4.-Annexes of AI (Artificial Intelligence) to resource B2

b2.1.- Your activities classified by subservices

b2.2.- Your activities in the registered collaborations

B4.5.-Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

B4.1.-What are the purpose of the activity records Docuplay offers to each student and course?

B4.2.-What are the activity records based on?

B4.3.-What factors guarantee the reliability and credibility of activity records?

B4.4.-How do the records of activities respect the personal rights of the students listed in them?

B4.5.-Can the student consult their records during the course development?

B4.6.-How does each student obtain Docuplay certification of their activity records?

B4.7.-What relationship will there be between activity records and superPISAs rankings?

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B4.1.-Problems of the records

1.-Activity logs

The evaluation of a student's performance in each course is done by Docuplay through two activity records that collect and organize all the actions of the same with the contents and services. The reliability of such records is based, on the one hand, on the completeness and detail with which they collect all the `` big data '' of the student from the beginning of the course until the end of the course.

2.-Verifiability

Verifiability refers to the two activity records in which Docuplay constantly collects everything that each student is doing (big data) in a course with content, on the one hand, and services, on the other.

This 24/7 data collection is so detailed and exhaustive that it is absolutely reliable. But if this is not enough, the student agrees to accept that any company or entity that has hired him on the basis of the activity records of a course can terminate the contract if it detects that any part of the skills or knowledge certified by such Records are not being demonstrated in your job skills.

On the other hand, the two activity records have an aspect comparable to the blockchain in the sense that all students who appear cited in them, with their identifier veiled or covered to protect their privacy from third parties, will receive a copy, which will be another guarantee for the immutability and reliability of what is registered.

3.-Credentials

Docuplay has several credential systems. The main one is that of the two activity records with the contents and services throughout a subscribed course. Thanks to such automatic registrations, each student will have at the end of their course two detailed, exhaustive and reliable records of everything they have done and obtained (actions, votes, scores, rankings, credentials etc.), which will serve first of all for his work and professional life. With the student's permission, Docuplay may promote such records to companies and entities that it considers possible employers.

To reward the winners of docucompetitions and doculeagues, Docuplay has a medallero with five categories: gold, silver, bronze, platinum and palladium. There will be other credentials with awards, such as for the largest annual subscribers by discipline, by area; for the most voted; for the winning groups of 'superPISAs' of various categories, for individual records in each course and year worldwide (something like the 'Guinness' of knowledge) etc.

                                                                       

B4.2.-Activity records for each student and course

a) Benefits

The Activity Blocked Records service implies the synthesis and use of all the activities developed by each student throughout his course.

a1) Individual benefits

-As a synthesis, the two activity records, the content and the services, offered in this sector by Docuplay to the student collect and systematize the data generated and recorded in the other sectors so that it can consult them, first, and then, When you decide to terminate your course, request and obtain an exhaustive certification of your activities and the results obtained in the form of scores, votes of your fellow students, rankings etc.

-In terms of achievement, both records will allow the student, on the one hand, to keep control of their activities and performance at all times, and, on the other, once requested to Docuplay to issue the records, have a reliable proof of their study and knowledge that can be useful socially and professionally. If the student is interested in his professional promotion, Docuplay will support him by presenting his records to the companies enrolled in that course or in other related fields.

Therefore, both records will report great individual and collective benefits to the student:

 

a2) Collective benefits

 

Through statistical averages based on individual records, Docuplay aims to offer multiple classifications or rankings: by levels, by age, by subject, by administrations or geographical districts, etc. , a kind of 'superPISAs' rankings that will pass in many respects the famous PISA tests and reports that the OECD performs every three years in more than seventy countries.

It is evident that both these collective records of students on a multisectoral scale and the individual records of knowledge will have their best basis in the records of activities for each student and course, records that, reciprocally, will benefit from the promotion and projection that those will report to them already Docuplay in general.

 

b) Activity records

b1) Activity records with the contents

b1.1.-Your activities with downloaded files

a) Pressing Index of downloaded files shows the file of all the downloaded files so that each student can open and study it;

b) For Activity Blocked Records, the application will protect the privacy of other students by SEEING their ID so that it is illegible or unrecognizable.

c) This is an index of all the files downloaded by all the students of the course.

d) You can sort the table by a column by clicking on its heading; Thus, by clicking on the Sorter button, you will see all the files of the owner of the record.

Tab. b1.1.-Your activities with downloaded files

1. Title

2. Format

3. Subkey

4. Searcher

5. URL

6. Selected

7. Votes

8. Date

9. Visit

10. Comments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 b1.2.-Your activities with linked files

 Introduction

1.-Pressing Index of linked files shows the file of all linked files so that each student can open it and study it;

 2.-For Activity Records, the application will protect the privacy of other students by SEEING their ID so that it is illegible or unrecognizable.

 3.-It is an index of all the files linked by all the students of the course.

 4.-You can sort the table by a column by clicking on its heading; Thus, by clicking on the Sorter button, you will see all the files of the owner of the record.

Tab. b1.2.-Your activities with linked files

1. Title

2. Format

3. Subkey

4. Searcher

5. URL

6. Selected

7. Votes

8. Date

9. Visit

10. Comments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


b1.3.-Your activities with files

Introduction

This index is based on the two indexes-tables above, which, as already said, will be reproduced in full in each student and course record. It consists of counting the data of both indexes-tables, putting at the end of each item or category the total figure and the classification of the holder of the record.

In other words: This set of columns are not tabulated as in the previous two chapters. As you can see, they count magnitudes of the two indexes of files, the downloaded ones and the linked ones. Therefore, the application must add the corresponding figures of both files to find the total of each student and then their classification in relation to the others of the course. The position in the ranking must be indicated with the number of students compared, that is, subscribed at the time the activity log is edited. For example, 5/31.

 1. -Your links to files: total number and classification or ranking

 2. -Your justifications for file links: positive and negative votes received and classification.

 3. -Your file downloads: total number and classification or ranking.

 4. - Your justifications for file downloads: positive and negative votes received and classification.

 5. - Your comments to other files: Positive and negative votes given and classification.

 6. - Comments from others to your files: Negative votes received and classification.

 7.-Comments from others to your files: Positive votes received and ranking.

 8. -Your queries to outside comments on files: Total time spent.

 9. -Your answers to questions about files: total number and ranking.

 7. -Collaborations in chats: total number and ranking.

 8. -Answers to questions: total number and ranking.

 9. -Time used in this course: total number and ranking.

 10.-Number of subkeys used: total number and ranking.

 b1.4 .-- Your activities with comments

 Student comment page (name of student), subscribed to this course

 Paces: pressing one of these sections skips to its duplicate in the text of the page and vice versa: clicking on it, returns to the Summary.

 1.-Your comments on this course (Reproduce the comments of the owner of this record collected on your comments page.). (Quantity + rankings; votes + ranking)

 2.-Your written comments on files

 2. 1. -Your supporting texts of the files you have downloaded and linked (These are the supporting texts, with a minimum of 10 words, that every student must write so that their downloaded or linked files are saved). (Quantity + rankings; votes + ranking)

 2. 2. -Your comments on files in general and on interventions by other students (This is the rest of the comments of the owner of the record on contents not included in the previous two points). (Quantity + rankings; votes + ranking). (Quantity + rankings; votes + ranking)

 2. 3. -Your comments to paragraphs and Wikipedia articles downloaded and converted to .doc format.

b1.5.-Subkeys used

 In this chapter the application will proceed in a manner similar to that of the previous chapter. That is, based on column 3 of both indexes, the one of downloaded files and the one of linked files, the application will write down the following magnitudes:

 1- total number of subkeys used by the student, and ranking or classification within the course;

 2.-number of files downloaded by subkey, and ranking…;

 3.-Number of files linked by subkey, and ranking ...

 The position in the ranking must be indicated with the number of students compared, that is, subscribed at the time the activity log is edited. For example, 5/31, that is, placed 5 out of thirty-five students.

b2) Activity records in services

b2.1.- Your activities classified by subservices

The list of rankings reproduced in resource B3.-will be copied in full Student Registration.

In resource B3 is the list of rankings to which this chapter must be linked so that the second Register of activities of each student, that of services, has its classifications or rankings in more than fifty assumptions.

Put here the Summary of said resource.

b2.2.- Your activities in the registered collaborations

In resource B2 is the list of collaborations to which this chapter must be linked so that the second Register of activities of each student, that of services, has its classifications or rankings in more than fifty cases in two of the four sections of each collaboration, the B, or exclusive Page and the C or Joint Table. On the exclusive page, the application will take into account two assumptions:

1. That the holder of the Activity Registry be the registrant of the collaboration, in which case the application will count the number of votes received, positive and negative;

2. That the holder of the Register of activities is not a registrant, but only a student subscribed to the course, in which case the application will count the number of votes, positive and negative, cast or given, to the exclusive pages of others, and this in two senses:

a) Subservices registered by the registration holder: total number and ranking

b) Votes received, positive and negative, for each exclusive page: total number and ranking over the total number of students.

c) Votes given to the exclusive pages of other students: total number and ranking over the total number of students

b2.3.-Comments on exclusive pages of the subservices

Do not confuse this chapter of comments with that of b1.3.-Comments page on files. Well, this chapter refers to the comments found in the exclusive pages of the subservices of resource B2.-Collaborations. The application will create in this chapter a compilation page of the comments of the holder of the registry in its exclusive pages of the subservices of the mentioned resource B2.-

 1.- Subservice (Subservices in which the owner of the registry has an exclusive page with comments: total number and ranking compared to other students)

 2.-Visits (Visits of other students to exclusive pages with comments from the owner of this record: total number and ranking compared to other students)

 3.-Votes (Positive and negative votes to exclusive pages with comments from the owner of this record: total number and ranking compared to other students).

b2.4.- Your activities in chats

 2.1.5. Chat Index

 By clicking the Chat Index, a chat tab appears in each row of the table, and the table index contains the cards of all the chats registered by the students of the same course. Clicking on the box in column 1 opens the chat chosen for a new session. The student can sort the Index by any column by clicking on its heading. Currently the chats are created by the students by registering them in the subservice form 1. 3. Registration of a Chat or Discussion Forum. The student who wants to start a chat must register it in said form, and once registered, the application will automatically include it in the chat index.

 1. Name (Chat title)

 2. Keys

 3. Founder

 4. Date

 5. Participants

 6. Participations

 7. Votes to chat

 8. Votes to participants

 9. Duration

 

Tab. b2.4.- Your activities in chats

1. Name

2. Keys

3. Founder

4. Date

5. Participant

6. Participations

7. Votes to chat

8. Votes to participants

9. Duration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b2.5.-Activities in docugames

Introduction

 Docuuplay or competitive Docuplay service consists of three types of games:

 a.-Docutests: The individual Docutests or tests are made by the student as entertainment, self-test or self-control. To this end, a list of nine multimedia courses  , applicable to downloaded files, appears in all courses. 1course / 2Words / 3Syllables / 4Lines / 5 Own names / 6Images / 7Videos / 8Audios / 9Data

 b.-DocuCompetitions: The docucompetitions are organized and registered by students of the same or related courses,

 c.- Doculeagues: The doculeagues are organized and inscribed by Docuplay.

Tab. b2.5.-Activities in docugames

1.Docujtests

2.Docutests

3.Docucompetitions

4.Docucompetitions

5.Docucompetitions

6.Doculeagues

7.Doculeagues

8.Doculeagues

b2.6.-Knowledge records (in development)

This sector will be the main base for the RIUs (Universal Intellectual Records), an alternative to the Guinness of Records in the field of knowledge. Similar to this celebrated system of records, Docuplay aims to encourage worldwide interest in competing for the possession of all kinds of records in all types of knowledge and levels of knowledge for all classes and grades of students (in development).

b2.7.-Your activities with mobile photography (in development)

1.-Photographs edited by the holder of the registry of toponymic courses for:

1.1.-Non-populated place names

1.2.-Populated place names

a) Populated places: (Total number of edited photographs and ranking compared to other students)

b) Streets and urban roads (Total number of edited photographs and ranking compared to other students)

c) Buildings (Total number of edited photographs and ranking compared to other students)

2.-Photos voted (Total votes, ranking)

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B4.3.-Request, certification and blockade of records

 A.-Request for certification of Activity Blocked Records.

 (a) With his request, the student declares that he terminates his course and that no further data will be recorded in it, unless he repeats his subscription, since the student may re-subscribe to the same course to Expand your knowledge or update them.

 (b) Clicked the certification request link, a window will open for you to enter the fee for it by PayPal.

 (b1) .- But before the PAY button is activated, you should read the following text with the conditions on the treatment of the ACTIVITY Block RECORDS data and the license granted to Docuplay to manage it for the benefit of the student himself , especially presenting it to companies potentially interested in hiring the student. I AGREE THAT DOCUPLAY MAY DISTRIBUTE FOR PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES COPIES OF THIS REGISTRATION CERTIFIED.

 (b2) .- Once the ACCEPT button has been marked, and the PAYMENT button pressed, it will be notified that DOCUPLAY IS PROCESSING THE COURSE REGISTRATION.

 (c) .- Once the edition of the Registry is finished, the student will have an exportable and printable copy, but in whose header the phrase will not appear: THE DATA OF THIS REGISTRATION ARE CERTIFIED BY DOCUPLAY, SEALED WITH A SECRET BRAND; This phrase will only appear in the copies submitted by Docuplay to companies to favor the student.

 (d) The certified record will be kept in the BLOCK folder, created in each Docuplay course with two subfolders, the INTRA for the BLOCKs generated by the students of the same course and language and the EXTRA for the BLOCKs received from homologous courses (ie, with the same code) but in other languages. The file name will have four parts: BLOCK + ID + date yy-mm-dd + course code. For example: BLOCK + AVELIO1 + 2020.09.20. +642 (0002).

B.-BLOCK: Docuplay technique to guarantee the reliability of the records.

 a) Once the records of your course have been requested by a student, the two records will be copied into the same file with a name with the indicated structure; one copy will be saved in the INTRA subfolder of the BLOCK folder and another in the EXTRA subfolder. This second copy will be sent to several EXTRA subfolders of homologous courses in other languages.

 b) If the doubt arises that any student or former student has been able to alter their own block, it will be compared with several copies so saved. If alterations are confirmed and the responsibility of the titular student, this will be sanctioned.

 c) The privacy of all those cited in a Block ..., including the student holder thereof, will be protected by deleting their names or IDs.

 d) No one but Docuplay will have access to Block deposits.

C.- Headings of the requested record.

The headings of the RECORD

 1st line.- Code and title of the course as it appears in Docuplay

 Example in English: 621 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (930). Course Register of the Student Smith20 (Act. 1, 2018. 08. 14)

 In Spanish: 621 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (930). Student Course Record García12 (Rep. 1, 2018. 07. 28)

 2nd line.-Registration Class (I) of the Course. Or, RECORD (II) of ACTIVITIES with SERVICES.

 3rd line.-Student holder of the Registry (Example: name, surname and identifier as it appears in the course; Nicolás Bulnes Cos, NICO22)

 4th line.-Edition number and date yy.mm.dd. (Example: Ed 1. 2018. 11. 04 ;.)

 5th line.-THE DATA OF THIS REGISTRATION ARE CERTIFIED BY DOCUPLAY (this line will appear only in the copies distributed by Docuplay)

 D.-Protection of the privacy of other students.

 1.-Given that in the records of each student there are many contents that have to include the names of some or all students of the same course of the certification applicant, the way to protect their privacy before third parties cannot be other than cover veil their ID and / or their real name so that it cannot be readable or known to them.

 2.-The main contents and services that will contain the identifiers of students whose identity is to be hidden are:

-.the indexes-tables of downloaded and linked files (which, as already said, must be reproduced in full in each Activity Blocked Register, but with the names of all the selectors, except the one of the holder of the Registry, veiled or covered); 

-student participation in chats whose understanding needs to be contextualized at least by the immediately previous and subsequent participation;

-the comments and informations of students and collaborators in the exclusive pages of the subservices inscribed by themselves.

 

B4.4.-Annexes

4.5.1.-Annex AI (Artificial Intelligence) to chapters of B2.

b2.1.- Your activities classified by subservices

 1.Educational Service

 1.1.1. How many STUDENTS ENROLLED in this course, RANKING

 1.2.1. How many students subscribed in this course, ranking

 1.3.1. YOUR CHATS AND FORUMS REGISTRATION, ranking

 1.3.2. YOUR PARTICIPATIONS IN CHATS, ranking

 1.3.3. Your CHRONOMETER in the whole section of CHATS and FORUMS

 1.4.1. Your COMMENTS to the manual of this course, ranking

 1.4.2. Your CHRONOMETER throughout the teacher's section and its manual

 1.5.1. How many Tutors in this course, ranking

 1.5.2. QUESTIONS TO TUTORS, ranking

 1.5.3. Your CHRONOMETER in everything related to tutors and tutoriables

 1.6.1. How many CANDIDATES FOR TUTORS are there, ranking

 2. Economic Service

 2.1.1. YOUR VOTES TO CONTENTS ON COMPANY PAGES, ranking

 2.1.2. YOUR VOTES TO PRODUCTS AND SERVICES OF COMPANIES, ranking

 2.2.1. YOUR VOTES TO EDUCENT CONTENTS, ranking

 2.2.2. YOUR CONSULTATIONS TO EDUCATIONAL PAGES, ranking

 2.3.1. YOUR COMMENTS ON RELEVANT PRODUCTS FOR THIS COURSE, ranking.

 2.3.2 VOTES for their comments on product markets treated in this course, ranking

 2.4.1. YOUR COMMENTS ON RELEVANT SERVICES FOR THIS COURSE, ranking

 2.4.2. VOTES for your comments on service markets treated in this course, ranking

 2.4.3. YOUR VOTES to outside comments on services, ranking

 2.5.1. Your COMMENTS to texts on patents of interest for this course, ranking

 2.5.2. VOTES for your comments on patents of interest for this course, ranking

 2.5.3. Your VOTES for your praise of patents of interest for this course, ranking

 2.5.4. Your VOTES to foreign comments on patents, ranking

 2.5.5. Your VOTES for your file links on markets for such patents, ranking

 2.5.6. Your VOTES for your comments on files on markets for such patents, ranking

 2.6.1. Your COMMENTS to texts about APPLICATIONS for this course, ranking

 2.6.2. VOTES for your comments on APPLICATIONS of interest for this course, ranking

 2.6.3. VOTES for their praise of APPLICATIONS of interest for this course, ranking

 2.6.4. VOTES for its links on APPLICATIONS markets of interest for this course, ranking

 2.6.5. VOTES for their praise of relevant APPLICATIONS markets for this course, ranking

 3. Social Service

 3.1.1. Your VOTES to relevant people for this course, ranking

 3.1.2. VOTES obtained by each relevant person registered, ranking

 3.2.1. Your VOTES to alumni with this course certificate, ranking

 3.2.2. Your VOTES obtained by each alumnus with certificate of this course, ranking

 3.3.1. Your VOTES to relevant institutions for this course, ranking

 3.3.2. VOTES received by each relevant institution for this course, ranking

 3.4.1. Your QUESTIONS to group texts and files, ranking

 3.4.2. Your COMMENTS to texts and files about groups, ranking

 3.4.3. Your VOTES to relevant groups for this course, ranking

 3.4.4. VOTES received by each group enrolled in this course, ranking

 3.4.5. VOTES received for their contents on a registered group, ranking

 3.4.6. Texts and fragments linked by each registered group, ranking

 4. Informative Service

 4.1.1. Your CONSULTATIONS to newsletters or joint table of mailings, classification

 4.1.2. Your emails received, classification

 4.2.1. How many research topics are enrolled in this course, classification

 4.2.2. Your CONSULTATIONS to registered research topics, classification

 4.2.3. Your VOTES to registered research topics, classification

 4.2.4. Informational fragments that you have copied or LINKED for a topic, classification

 4.2.5. VOTES received by their fragments or links, classification

 4.2.6. Your COMMENTS to fragments or links of others, classification

 5. Competitive Service

 5.1.1. Your participation in documentations, ranking

 5.1.2. Your score in documentations, ranking

 5.1.3. Docucompetition called in this course, ranking

 5.2.1. Your participation in doculigas, ranking

 5.2.2. Your score in doculigas, ranking

 5.2.3. Your awards and medals, ranking

 5.2.4. Audiences of the ladies of this course, ranking

 CRF1.2.1. YOUR CHRONOMETER IN TEXT CONTENTS, ranking

 CRF1.2.2. YOUR CHRONOMETER IN IMAG CONTENTS, ranking

 CRF1.2.3. YOUR CHRONOMETER IN VIDEO CONTENTS, ranking

 CRF1.2.4. YOUR CHRONOMETER IN AUDI CONTENTS, ranking

 CRF1.2.5. YOUR CHRONOMETER IN TABL CONTENTS, ranking

 

b2.2.- Your activities in the registered collaborations

1.Educational Service

 1.2. Course Subscription

 1.3. Enrollment of a chat or discussion forum

 1.4. Teacher Registration

 1.5. Tutors Registration

 1.6. Registration or inscription of candidates for tutors

 1.7. Your chrono in the educational service, ranking

2. Economic Service

 2.1. Registration of relevant companies for this course

 2.2. Registration of Teaching Centers (Educentros) relevant to this course

 2.3. Registration of relevant products for this course

 2.4. Registration of relevant services for this course

 2.5. Registration of relevant patents for this course

 2.6. Registration of relevant applications for this course

 2.7. Your chrono in the economic service, ranking

3. Social Service

 3.1. Registration of relevant people for this course

 3.2. Registration of alumni with certificate of this course

 3.3. Registration of relevant institutions for this course

 3.4. Registration relevant groups for this course

 3.5. Your chrono in the social service, ranking

4. Informative Service

 4.1. Teacher registration of emails to student

 4.2. Registration of research topics

 4.3. Your chrono in the Information service, ranking

5. Competitive Service

 5.1. Registration of documentations

 5.2. Registration of doculeagues

 5.3. Sponsor Registration

 5.4. Your chrono in the Competitive service, ranking

 

B4.5.-Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on  B4.- Activity Blocked Records

Summary

B4.1.-What are the purpose of the activity records Docuplay offers to each student and course?

B4.2.-What are the activity records based on?

B4.3.-What factors guarantee the reliability and credibility of activity records?

B4.4.-How do the records of activities respect the personal rights of the students listed in them?

B4.5.-Can the student consult their records during the course development?

B4.6.-How does each student obtain Docuplay certification of their activity records?

B4.7.-What relationship will there be between activity records and superPISAs rankings?

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B4.1.-What are the purpose of the activity records Docuplay offers to each student and course?

The activity records, generated by each student in each course, are two: activities with the contents and activities with the services. Its objective is the creation of a true and reliable basis of what each student studied and their performance indicated by his ranking. Thanks to this, the student will have a reliable and decisive base for his employability.

 

B4.2.-What are the activity records based on?

Activity records are based on the activities of each student with the student content and services; They are also based on the votes received from their peers. Many of the activities are previously registered and classified in ranking tables.

 

B4.3.-What factors guarantee the reliability and credibility of activity records?

-The registration of the data is carried out automatically, without any human intervention

-The main factor of reliability is an application inspired by Blockchain technology, consisting of distributing copies of the records (ledger: book of records) of each student and course to a random series of homologous courses (of identical code but different language), so that a hypothetical alteration of a block or register by the student holder of the same ought to count with the complicity of many homologous courses worldwide, in which Docuplay will have distributed copies of said file or block randomly and automatically. See I.5.-What is Docuplay BLOCK technology?

B4.4.-How do the records of activities respect the personal rights of the students listed in them?

-The Id and the names of the students that appear in the Blocked registers not own ... will be deleted or covered.

B4.5.-Can the student consult his records during the course development?

-Yes. And it will be very useful for him for controlling his advances in the course.

B4.6.-How does each student obtain Docuplay certification of their activity blocked records?

-When the student has finished a course, once the minimum of one month has elapsed and not exceeded the maximum of three months, he may request Docuplay to certify his two records. The student gives Docuplay the power to present it to companies that are potential employers interested by him..

B4.7.-What relationship will there be between activity records and superPISAs rankings?

-The activity blocked records will be the basis for developing collective rankings consisting of the statistical averages of the individual records of a certain course and classified entity compared