El papel de las tecnologías de información y comunicación en la vida cotidiana

Flores, Ana Isabel Zermeño; Arellano Ceballos, Aideé C.; Vázquez, Vanessa Aidée Ramírez
June 2007
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;jun2007, Vol. 13 Issue 25, p151
Academic Journal
During the journal's festivities, a production of a televised program was included where Ana Isabel Zermeño Flores, Aideé Ceballos and Vanesa Ramírez Vázquez coordinated an academic table of discussion called the role of information and communication technologies in everyday life. This production was broadcasted by Colima's local television channels, through the television journal Vision, produced by the University's Center for Didactic Video and Educational Television (CEUVIDITE). A critical review on the afterthoughts of the television program is presented, where subjects as digital gap, information society, strategies to fight against technological exclusion, as well as opinion surveys with regards to the use of internet by youth are discussed.


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