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Niveles de acceso a Internet de los estudiantes del bachillerato en Ecuador

@inproceedings{MendozaZambrano2017NivelesDA,
  title={Niveles de acceso a Internet de los estudiantes del bachillerato en Ecuador},
  author={Damian Mendoza-Zambrano and Ram{\'o}n Titado-Morueta and Isidro Mar{\'i}n-Guti{\'e}rrez},
  year={2017}
}
En Ecuador, como otros paises de Latinoamerica, aunque la brecha digital relativa al acceso va disminuyendo, persiste la brecha relativa a niveles mas complejos de alfabetizacion digital. Este estudio, tomando una muestra aleatoria y estratificada por provincias de 3.754, representativa de los estudiantes de bachillerato en Ecuador, tiene como objetivos: a) conocer su capacidad de acceso (material, operativo, conocimiento informacional y uso expresivo) a Internet, y b) conocer la influencia de… 
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