Análisis de los procesos de lectura y escritura mediados por el computador y la Internet, en los estudiantes de segundo semestre de dos universidades de Ibagué

Translated title of the contribution: Analysis of the processes of reading and writing mediated by the computer and the Internet, in the second semester students of two universities of Ibagué

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Abstract

The work Analysis of the processes of reading and writing mediated by the computer and the Internet, in the second semester students of two universities of Ibagué proposed to determine the incidence of ICT tools like the computer and the Internet in the lecto-writing processes of the university students, besides analyzing their reaction to the use of these tools, to favor the processes of reception and textual production; at the same time, to review the performance of the teacher in front of the handling of these, their capacity to know them, to learn them and to use them in their pedagogical practices.
Translated title of the contributionAnalysis of the processes of reading and writing mediated by the computer and the Internet, in the second semester students of two universities of Ibagué
Original languageSpanish (Colombia)
Article number16
Pages (from-to)206
Number of pages227
JournalPonencias Cuarto Congreso Internacional Pedagogía y TIC “La Educación Superior en la era digital: Tendencias e Innovaciones”. Ibagué-Colombia 2015
StatePublished - Dec 2015
EventCuarto Congreso Internacional Pedagogía y TIC “La Educación Superior en la era digital: Tendencias e Innovaciones” - Universidad de Ibagué, Ibagué, Colombia
Duration: 3 Dec 20155 Dec 2015
https://avaco.unibague.edu.co/publicaciones/documentos/item/184-ponencias-cuarto-congreso-internacional-pedagogia-y-tic-la-educacion-superior-en-la-era-digital-tendencias-e-innovaciones

Keywords

  • Reading, writing, planning, technological tools, handwriting, digital writing

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