The Profession of University Lecturer in the Age of Electronic Media

Luis Alfonso Argüello


This article examines the profession of university lecturer in the age of electronic media. It covers three cultures that affect the profession: computational, textual and educational. The field of reference in this project is ethnographic using exploratory methodology. The discussion builds on the convergence of alphabets and communicational and computational thinking.


higher education, university lecturer, computational culture, interactive education, textual culture, convergence of alphabets, communicational and computational thinking

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