A fragment of the Digital and Social Inclusion Chart, it brings 5 key points about… Internet in developing countries (I’m sorry I cannot bring a clearer name):
- Social solutions to social problems: A subject long discussed in this blog and that I share heartily: we need to address the social problems that have turned people into digitally excluded, and not only consider the ones derived from lack of structure
- Community and awareness: the Community as the natural environment where to run projects and articulate an endogenous development. Enhancing the power of the Community has multiplicator effects, synergies, etc.
- Towards the transparent PC: KPCSS: Keep the PC Simple, Stupid!
- Problem solving methodology for e-learning: we need to avoid academicism, and to construct e-learning materials that are useful, practical, and motivational. I guess this is not only true for developing countries, but is specially a critical point.
- Internet for everybody: accessibility, accessibility, accessibility.
Full article in elearningeuropa.info
[via Online Learning Update, posted one month ago, filed somewhere in my desktop until now :P ]
If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:
Peña-López, I. (2004) “The Future Paradigm: Social e-learning” In ICTlogy,
#13, October 2004. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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