Jorge Gobbi · April, 2007

The author, Jorge Gobbi, has a major in Communication Sciences at Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he also teaches. He's in charge of the seminar “Communication, travel and social representations” a course from the Communication Sciences career and he's also Stella Martini's teaching assistant in the subject Theory and practices of Communication II.

He also works as a journalist specialized in technology, particularly at Users magazine.

Currently, he's doing a PhD in Social Sciences in the Buenos Aires University (UBA).

He has four blogs: Blog de Viajes (with a forum); Vida Vacía, dedicated to music, and blogs (in spanish); the moblog 365 miradas (in spanish) and Infoxicados (technology, in spanish).

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Latest posts by Jorge Gobbi from April, 2007

Argentina: Scholar networks, the Web according to professors

  13 April 2007

One of the most pressing issues of Latin America's education system is the teacher's poor training in the use of new technology, particularly those related to computers and the Internet. It's not uncommon to find cases in which the students know more about PCs than their teachers. So, the creation of Redes Escolares (scholar networks) is quite good news. The site gathers blogs maintained by teachers from Buenos Aires schools, and they're managed with Feevy.

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