Use of ICT in teaching at university level: A qualitative perspective of teachers

Joel Angulo Armenta, Carlos Arturo Torres Gastelú, J. Soto, Karen Michelle Olivares Carmona, J. García

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Abstract

This document shows the beliefs of Mexican university professors hold in
relation to the use of ICT in teaching. A non-probabilistic sample was used, carrying
out interviews and surveys in a university located in Sonora. The evidence indicates
that the professors interviewed considered ICT to be facilitators in the teaching process
and believing that ICT improve the communication process among educational actors.
On the other hand, obstacles for adopting ICT are the lack of formation in the field, age
and unfamiliarity with their use. Even do these professors feel competent in the use of
these technologies
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationVI Congreso Internacional ICAICTSEE
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Externally publishedYes

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