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1 1 E-Mexico:Building on Success for Success UNESCO Club of Rome Conference ITC For Capacity Building Paris, 11 de Mayo 2005 Arq. José Morales, Director © CORPORATIVO UNIVERSITARIO Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara

2 2 The Mexican Economy

3 3 Mexico: Recent Economic Statistics 199819992000 Real GDP (% Growth)4.83.76.9 GDP per capita ($)384844405008 Inflation Rate (%)15.916.69.5 Unemployment (%)3.22.53.0 Current Account Balance (% GDP)-3.6-2.9-3.3 Overall Trade Balance (Million $)-7913.5-5583.7-8049.9 Foreign Reserves (Billion $)30.230.633.6 External Debt (Billion $)160164166

4 4 Mexico: Economic Growth Source: OECD (2003) Economic Survey:Mexico

5 5 Poverty and extreme poverty affect more than 50% of the population, especially in rural areas and the suburbs of large cities. There is a high rate of infant mortality (31 1995-2000), the adult illiteracy rate is 9% and 27.8% of Mexicans do not complete primary school education. Almost 75% of the people live in urban areas and 47% live in overcrowded conditions. 17% of houses lack drinking water, 14% do not have concrete floors, 22% do not have proper sanitation systems and 5% have no electrical energy. México: Socio Economic Conditions

6 6 Mexico: ITC Industry Source: OECD (2004) Information Technology Outlook

7 7 Mexico: ITC Industry Source: OECD (2004) Information Technology Outlook

8 8 Mexico: Growth in Mobile Phones Source: OECD (2003) Communications Outlook

9 9 Mexico: Growth in home computers Source: OECD (2004) Information Technology Outlook

10 10 Mexico: Growth in internet access Source: OECD (2004) Information Technology Outlook

11 11 Mexico: Growth in Web sites Source: OECD (2004) Science Technology and Industry Scoreboard

12 12 VIRTUAL CAMPUS NEW IDEA OF KNOWLEDGE AND VIEWS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING CHANGES IN WORKING LIFE NEW POSSIBILITIES OFFERED BY NEW TECHNOLOGY GROWTH IN ICT USAGE BUSINESSES GOVERNMENTS ICT SECTOR SOCIOECONOMIC AGENDA VISIONS STRATEGIES INTERNATIONALIZATION AND GLOBAL MEGATRENDS KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY NEW POSSIBILITIES OFFERED BY NEW ORGANIZATIONAL MODELS BACKGROUNDS - POSSIBILITIES - DRIVERS

13 13 CONTENIDOS e-Aprendizaje - Acceso a la educacion y capacitacion, estimular el aprendizaje como medio de desarrollo integral, respetando identidad y entorno cultural e-Salud - Elevar el nivel de bienestar y de la salud de la sociedad, informacion integral de salud al alcance de toda la poblacion e-Economia - Acelerar el proceso de desarrollo de la economia digital en las empresas micro, pequenas y medianas; incrementar competitividad, desarrollar la cultura de digitalizacion de la sociedad e-Gobierno - Informacion y acceso a todos los servicios que ofrece el Estado, garantizar a toda la poblacion el acceso a informacion, uso y aprovechamiento de servicios publicos e-Mexico: Objetivo y Contenidos OBJETIVO: Generar alternativas de valor a traves de un sistema tecnologico con contenido social, que ofrezca las herramientas y oportunidades que hoy es posible alcanzar por medio de las Tecnologias de Informacion y las Comunicaciones para mejorar la calidad de vida de los mexicanos.

14 14 DEMAND (and Competition) -QUALITATIVE -QUANTITATIVE RESOURCES -human -material -economical VIRTUAL CAMPUS CHALLENGE DEMAND VS RESOURCES = THE CHALLENGE ACT DIFFERENTLY OPEN AND FLEXIBLE LEARNING CHANGE AND TRANSFORMATION

15 15 Comparing Traditional and E-Learning E-learning COST PER STUDENT NUMBER OF STUDENTS E-learning costs are higher initially, than face to face teaching but generate economies of scale Face-to-Face

16 16 Comparing Traditional and E-Learning E-learning QUALITY OF LEARNING EXPERIENCE NUMBER OF STUDENTS The quality of the learning experience falls for face to face teaching, as student numbers rise. With e- learning the quality is always constant. Face-to-Face

17 17 Telesecundaria - More than 12,000 schools totaling approximately 800,000 students and 23,000 teachers. Educational Network - a computerised system of information and communication based on the Internet for the Mexico.s student community there are 4,000 units installed in more than 1,000 educational units Edusat - Educational Satellite Television Network - is a closed-circuit system based on the most advanced digital technology. Its 6 television and 24 audio channels broadcast all over Mexico, and it reaches over 10,000 schools with a total of 20,000 receivers. Features of the National Distance Education System

18 18 PEDAGOGICAL ENVIRONMENT TECHNOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT DISTANCE EDUCATION -DT -DL CECE E-LEARNING BORDERLESS EDUCATION OPEN & FLEXIBLE LEARNING Development of E-Learning E-Learning has arisen from the experience and expertise of the previous generations of Continuing Education, Distance Teaching and Open Learning

19 19 TRENDS IN EDUCATION, TECHNOLOGY & ORGANIZATION TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS 1900sPRINT BASED MATERIALS 1930sRADIO BROADCASTING 1970sTELEVISION BROADCASTING 1983AUDIO AND VIDEO RECORDING 1985AUDIOCONFERENCING 1989 AUDIOGRAPHICS 1989COMPUTER MEDIATED CONFERENING 1990s VIDEOCONFERENCING, INTERNET, SATELLITE 1992CABLE-TV 1992MULTIMEDIA 1992INTEGRATED SYSTEMS 2000E-LEARNING 2000+M-LEARNING? ROLE OF THE STUDENTS OBJECT OF TEACHING SUBJECT OF LEARNING MODELS OF ORGANIZATION VERTICALHIERARCHYHORIZONTALMATRIX AND NETWORK

20 20 Live Lecture Face to Face Seminar Lecture via WWW/ videotape/CD Rom Learning Resource Centre Internet/ WWW New Learning Environment – On Campus Intensely Supportive Learning Environment Intranet

21 21 Seminar via Computer Mediated Technology/ Video Conference Lecture via WWW/ videotape/CD Rom Learning Resource Centre Internet/ WWW New Learning Environment – Off Campus Intensely Supportive Learning Environment

22 22 LEARNING and TEACHING SHIFTS IN LEARNING and TEACHING VIRTUAL CAMPUS EDUCATIONALTECHNOLOGY (cg. LOWYCK 1994) KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS SHIFTS IN KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS TECHNOLOGY SHIFTS IN TECHNOLOGY FROM: CLOSED, STABLE, FIXEDTO: OPEN SELF REGULATING CHANGING FROM: WELL-STRUCTURED COMPARTMENTALISATIONTO: FLEXIBLE MULTIPERSPECTIVES FROM: ONE WAY ISOLATED MEDIA FIXED LOCATION INDIVIDUAL TO: INTERACTION A-LINEAR INTEGRATION NETWORKING ORGANISATIONS SHIFTS IN ORGANISATIONS FROM: HIERARCHIALTO: NETWORKS

23 23 E-LEARNING GENERATIONS SYSTEM 1960sCOMPUTER BASED TRAINING 1970sINTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEMS 1980sMICRO WORLDS 1990sCOMPUTER SUPPORTED LEARNING AND MULTI-MEDIA 2004VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS MULTIPLE MEDIA AND BLENDED LEARNING PARADIGM INSTRUCTIONALIST CONSTRUCTIONALIST COLLABORATIVE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE

24 24 Shift from teaching to learning MODEL 1 I TEACH WHAT I KNOW I AM THE SAGE ON THE STAGE TEACHER-CENTERED Maintenance Learning Just in Case Knowledge LEARNER-CENTERED Dynamic Learning Just for me Knowledge MODEL 2 I DEVELOP MINDS I AM THE GUIDE AT YOUR SIDE

25 25 Convergence of Universities and Knowledge Firms THE DEMANDS OF THE INFORMATION AGE AND THE KNOWLEDGE BASED ECONOMY HAVE MOVED MULTI NATIONAL COMPANIES AND UNIVERSITIES CLOSER TOGETHER Knowledge Based MultinationalsUniversities Focus of operationsFrom local to globalLocal, regional, national Competitive contextNew market playersDeclining state funding Competitive focusPrice and performanceCost and performance Competitive response Increased demand via product innovation Adaptive, by anticipating change Focus changeFrom inward to outwardFrom general excellence to core research business Use of Networks to gain advantage Networks via production chains and knowledge providers Networks with universities and knowledge companies

26 26 Benchmarking ICT Capacity: Success Factors FINLANDMEXCIO ICT Manufacturing BaseVery StrongGrowing Telecommunications Industry Competitive, Deregulated Privatised, becoming open Use of ICTMature, pervasiveGrowing Directive National PolicyStrong, Mature, Embedded Emerging Tradition of Open and Distance Learning Strong Use of Technology in Learning Wide spreadGrowing


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