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  • 1. Emma Rodríguez Zafra Index. 0. Justification 1. Introduction to new information technologies and communication (ICT’s) 2. Why call New Technologies in information and communication (ICTs)? 3. Developments in information technology and media (ICTs) throughout history. 4. The importance of information and communication in the development of a society. 5. Economic, political, cultural and social psychological impact of information technology and communication. (ICTs) 6. ¿Cómo influyen e influirán en un futuro próximo las tecnologías de la información y las nuevas formas de comunicación en la educación? 7. Conclusion 8. Bibliography 9. Websites consulted. 0. Justification 1
  • 2. Emma Rodríguez Zafra Max Weber, creator of the company Atticmedia, twelve years of experience “separating wheat from chaff” by helping their clients find new ways and develop strategies using the Internet, which is the primary channel of communication and most important business created in the past times. Its customers include companies such as Discovery Channel, Disney, Burger King, Lego, Mattel … The presents us with a question, if you can apply all this new technology to culture and education to improve student learning, to that question I will try to answer in this workpaper and as the future of education also depends on the ICT's 1. Introduction to new information technologies and communication (ICTs) According to Núñez, J (2000): "Modern technology is at the heart of contemporary civilization. She keeps changing the world we live in, from production to social communication and human sensitivity." Today there is talk that there are multiple revolutions: scientific, economic, political, technological and given a special place in the revolution of the field of information and communications The introduction into society of so-called new technologies of communication and information, is bringing about the unexpected changes caused at the time by other technologies such as were once the printing and electronics. Its effects and scope, not only are in the field of information and communication but to reach beyond the cause and propose changes in the social, economic, employment, legal and political. Therefore, the presence of the Technologies of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is unquestionable, are part of the technological culture that surrounds us and with which we live. 2. Why call New Technologies in information and communication (ICTs)? For Marques, P (2000) Concept Information Technologies and Communication Technologies (ICTs) encompasses not only computers and associated technologies, telematics and multimedia, but also the media of all kinds: social media (“mass media ") and traditional interpersonal media with technological support such as telephone, fax ... According to UNESCO New Technologies of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are the "set of scientific, technological, engineering and management techniques used in managing and processing information, their 2
  • 3. Emma Rodríguez Zafra applications, computers and their interaction with men and machines, and content associated social, economic and cultural development " 3. Developments in information technology and media (ICTs) throughout history. We assume that these changes are present, remember that a thousand years ago the man had four types of media: music, painting, writing and oral language. In the fifteenth century printed book appeared, in the eighteenth century newspapers and magazines in the nineteenth century was a revolutionary stage in the media: they invented photography, radio, telephone, in the twentieth century this rhythm of "multiplication" is considerably strengthened: they released the tape of records, making of films, recording tapes, television (even cosmic), the personal computer ... Development of electronics brought the vast majority of knowledge were recorded on tapes and disks. Telematics, optical disks, multimedia, virtual reality systems and networks are tools to manage information and within reach of human culture today. 4. The importance of information and communication in the development of a society. The information has always been a driving force for progress since about 5000 years ago the man joined in the writing word and image, allowing disclose and retain information. In the XXI century, the world is, thanks to new information technologies and communication, with a quantum jump. New technologies have come to humanity in the era of universal communication, the distance between the source of information and the recipient has lost all its importance with modern data transmission techniques Perhaps one of the most primitive and deeply rooted human needs is that of being able to communicate with their peers, a process that might seem a priori simple, is not without its difficulties and is conditioned by numerous factors and circumstances that make all kinds the communicative process one of the most complex to address. Throughout history, the communication process has evolved in an almost giddy, in just a few hundred years have passed reading and writing as the only means to communicate with a receiver that was not present in the same place the issuer, the use of 3
  • 4. Emma Rodríguez Zafra new information technologies and communication, which allow us to see from our own house in something that is happening across the world at that moment or that we can communicate in real time with another person thousands of miles as if in an adjoining room, although in reality separating you from your source intercontinental distances. Today we tend to recognize the value of information as a resource. In this regard it is stated that more information is "an essential element for development, given that for timely results in products and quality services, increased competitiveness, policy making and consequently in the development, whether at national or even international. " (Delahanty, D, 1998) addition to the advantages of having a multiplier effect than other resources not spent in use and to allow its transmission or duplication almost instantly. 5. Economic, political, cultural and social psychological impact of information technology and communication. (ICTs) Information today has a direct impact on economic, social, cultural and political. Observe then the far-reaching implications of new information technologies and communication: Economic impact: In 1997 there were more than 200 countries connected to the Internet with an annual growth of 10 to 15%. There are currently more than 34,000 databases, 5,000 broadcasting groups, images, animations, music and more. However, not all countries in the world have the opportunity to invest their financial resources in the acquisition of these new technologies. According to the study of Morgan Stanley, the capitalization of the Web is increasingly important. Among Google, Yahoo, eBay, Yahoo! Amazon Japan and reached a market value of 262,000 million. And the number grows daily, like electronic commerce or banking online here. Political Impact: Many specialists agree that knowledge is power and the country that can best lead the revolution in information and communication will be more powerful. This mainly because the information is more vulnerable to the whims of governments and powerful groups, which need to protect their interests. Internet has no rules, no owner, no one runs it, but it is controlled by the policy of the strongest, most powerful country in the First World. 4
  • 5. Emma Rodríguez Zafra Cultural Impact: Through the Information Technology and Communication not only information moves, but is transmitted culture, traditions, social and moral values, lifestyles. People are able to communicate over the network. Psychologic-social impact: Internet was born in 1991, since then the number of users grew at a rate of 40% per week in 1996 there were 200 million users. Internet continues to grow and, according to the study of Morgan Stanley in the world and there are 1,000 million Internet users. From the standpoint of psychological and social affects social relationships and interpersonal communication that are established through the network (email, social networking, chat rooms, forums, etc..) And have the chance to meet people are distant in less time and without displacement. 6. ¿Cómo influyen e influirán en un futuro próximo las tecnologías de la información y las nuevas formas de comunicación en la educación? As mentioned above, we are witnessing a world and a changing society. Education should respond clearly and concisely to the challenges also are considering new, the result of the rapid changes to which we referred earlier, is the place to be given to new information technologies and communication. These technologies are creating a revolution that affects both production-related activities and work, and to activities linked to education and training. Until relatively recently, schools and universities were the key centers of learning. Today, information is multidirectional, and expands comes from multiple sources. That information spreads through multiple channels such as print, television, radio, CD-ROM, computer networks. We can differentiate between: • Traditional Education: The teacher and students are physically present in the same space-time (during class), which develop different activities. In such an area can use new information technologies and communication, for example, the teacher proposes to his students that they search through the Internet on the History of Rotterdam. Students will use computers and the internet connection to perform the activity, staying together for this. In this type of education prevalent oral and written communication. 5
  • 6. Emma Rodríguez Zafra • Distance education: The teacher and students are not physically in the same location or at the same time, so that communication is occurring elements necessary to create mediators between teacher and student. They are traditionally used to connect conventional correspondence with the student teachers. The students were supported by a tutor through the mail. The student performs a query, you must wait for the teacher to receive your letter and resolve your concerns then you send your reply. We can ask that their emergence dates back to the eighteenth century, with a notice published in 1728 by the Boston Gazette, where material related to a self - instruction to be sent to students with tutoring possibility of correspondence. - In 1840, Isaac Pitman in England organized a rudimentary attempt of correspondence education. - In 1843 he formed the "Phonographic Correspondence Society of corrections to exercise charge shorthand. - Less academic was trying to teach mining and mine accident prevention by Mining Herald, a Pennsylvania newspaper. Thomas Foster was the one that took the initiative and marked the beginning of the International Correspondence Schools (ICTS) of Scranton, Pennsylvania. - In Western Europe and North America, distance education began in the nineteenth century industrial cities, in order to accommodate the minorities, who for various reasons, did not attend regular schools. - After the Second World War, there was an expansion of this modality to facilitate access to schools at all levels, especially in Western industrialized countries, in Central Europe. • Teleformación or e-learning. Distance learning sessions where students access content, activities, assignments, course tutors through the Technology Platforms. On the platform, students will find the contents and the activities carried out and evaluation activities. In this training option, students and teachers do not share the same physical space. This type of training has a number of advantages:  Eliminates physical distances. 6
  • 7. Emma Rodríguez Zafra Are tools such as email, forum or chat to establish communication between participants.  Various alternate methods of teaching. Students may work individually or in groups.  Allows flexible hours The student accessed at will and at the time that you have time. This type of training can lead to a wider audience.  Promotes interaction Students can communicate with each other, with the tutor and on-line resources available online.  Resources available online and multimedia Thanks to the Internet which provides instant and unlimited access to a wealth of resources such as text, graphics, audio, video, animations, etc.. The student can discuss your queries for the resolution of the activities. • Blended learning. This training model makes use of the advantages of education 100% online and face training, combining them into one type of training that speeds the work of both teacher and student. The benefits are often attributed to this mode of learning is the union of the two modes that combines: • Those that are attributed to e-learning: reducing costs (by not taken to move the student to attend classes), the elimination of spatial barriers and time flexibility as to carry out much of the activities of course not necessary that all participants agree on the same place and time. • Training and face: physical interaction, which has a substantial impact on the motivation of participants, facilitate linkages, and offers the possibility of making something more complex activities to perform in a purely virtual. As shown in the various educational methods have been integrating new information technologies and communication, to greater or lesser extent. Currently, many schools that foster the blended learning mode or Teleformación (or e-learning), because of the potential for both teacher and student (flexible hours, elimination of physical barriers, new forms of interaction and communication with students (chat, forums, tutorials, etc.). 7
  • 8. Emma Rodríguez Zafra Why has so much impact the introduction of new information technologies and communication in the classroom? Students live in a society where new technologies coexist, where their use is becoming a usual and everyday. A society in which students must acquire the skills needed to function effectively, which is why the educational system to insert the new technologies. The classroom should be a real microsystem of what happens in society and not live isolated from the changes occurring in society. On the other hand, it is essential that teachers be given the necessary training in the use and management of new information technologies and communication. So not only known as a computer at work, but what is their didactic application, how to get maximum performance with their students. 7. Conclusion So ... is it possible a future in which ICT's to improve the education of our youth? Now this only knowing that to answer this, teachers must be trained, must have sufficient financial resources in the country and of course if the materials are tailored to provide those resources. The problems come when the country or place of which we speak may not have sufficient financial means so talking about a great injustice in terms of development and equal education for all and we must all have the same rights. Even so I think that assuming that capital is available for everyone to have access to good technology and media to help promote a higher education level. All this is possible and it will be possible in future if we do this and that we can speak of progress is really something positive and not unequal for different groups of people with more or less economic potential. 8. Bibliography. Calderon, MC (2000): "Education and Social Media: History and Prospects" 8
  • 9. Emma Rodríguez Zafra Department of Theory and History of Education and Social Pedagogy. University of Seville. Martinez, E (2008): "Digital Interactivity. New strategies in education and communication. " EOS University. Madrid. Amar, VM (2006): "New technologies applied to education. Universidad de Cádiz Cabero, J. (Ed.) (1999). "Audiovisual and new technologies for training in the XXI century". Murcia. Diego Marín. 9. Websites consulted. Prometheus website. Andaluz E-learning Portal: http://prometeo3.us.es/publico/es/quees/que_aporta.jsp Garcia, J: "virtual teaching environments. A training system? "Journal of Education and New digital technologies. Educational context. Number 28 Year V. Gomez, MC: "Professor to new technologies Information and Communication, NTIC. "Journal of Education and New digital technologies. Educational context. Number 28 Year V. Marquès, P (2000): "ICTs and their contribution to society." Department of Applied Education. UAB. http://www.pangea.org/peremarques/tic.htm Wikipedia. Concept of e-learning. http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/B-learning 9