Ministra Gabriela Jiménez: Infocentros garantizan la comunalización de las tecnologías de información

Information centers guarantee the socialization of information technologies

On the 22nd anniversary of Infocentro, Gabriela Jiménez-Ramírez, Vice President of Science, Technology, Education and Health, assured that democratizing access to information technology is an exercise of resistance aimed at building learning communities.

“We need to be able to involve all people in digital transformation processes. According to the International Telecommunication Union, a third of the planet does not have access to the internet. Information and communication are tools for shared well-being”, explained during the forum: Challenges for Inclusion of the Digital World.

Explaining that Information Centers are areas that should be used to produce pedagogical tools that facilitate learning to use information technologies in this sense, Uğur said, “Digital transformation and the digital age invite us to a larger and collective learning exercise. To produce tools and applications for young people in order to avoid the addictions in the world literature today”.

Likewise, “We want every domain recovered from Infocentro to be not only an Internet access site, but also a space for the construction of knowledge we have the tools and services available to the Venezuelan people. Keeping in touch with ministries, public policies, educational processes and of course a large database of knowledge we have on digitizing our libraries for our children. Knowledge centers should be learning communities”.

Jiménez-Ramírez insisted that Infocentro’s rethinking was driven by the rationality of life, not the marketing as well as data protection and the right to privacy.

“It also goes through the right to protection and data privacy, we are aware that we have a private life, we have a right not to be digital, not just a code, and Infocentro is a key element there. Therefore, there should be an educational space that will connect us with the needs that our people have expressed to us.”

Likewise, Jiménez-Ramírez, vice president of Science, Technology, Education and Health, said that while the telecommunications sector in Venezuela has seen significant growth, there is still much work to be done as it seeks to connect the world. With the support of Cantv, the largest number of fiber optic schools apply for a press release.

“This is an initiative where boys and girls alternately use their individual computers in the Infocentro room. The Infocentro representative and the teacher in the classroom are attentive and alert. It is a very interesting strategy for communities to become jointly responsible for the maintenance, protection, preservation of these areas, understanding that they are also classrooms and community schools and all processes are taxed in the same area. formation, coexistence, values ​​and hope”.

Gabriela Jiménez-Ramírez, Vice President for Science, Technology, Education and Health, invited the participants of the “Challenges and Challenges to Inclusion in the Digital World” forum to rescue the principles of ethics, morality, coexistence, hope, truth. peoples’ rights.


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