New Information Schemes and Their Effects on the Mexican University
Abstract: In 10 years of vertiginous technological advances, the incorporation of the technology into everyday life has come about so rapidly that it remains difficult to identify the impacts that this has exerted on all aspects of society. This has occurred to such an extent that it is inconceivable to think of the non-existence of many of these devices that are now part of cotidianeity. The so-called information and communications technologies are changing the schemes of communication, diffusion, storage, circulation, and delivery, and therefore, a new form of socialization. Thus, the objective of this work was to indicate the changes and transformations and their impact on the traditional process of teaching-learning.
Presider: Christopher Bailey, Teesside University