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Latin American Development

Sunday, October 1st, 2017

This information that serves as instrument for a more indigenous development is immersed in the book in the form vigoroza and punctual.Although what exists, in terms of information and knowledge, is the result of continuous changes throughout history, reading this book we can understand that we are living through an era of discontinuity, as Druker pointed out in the 60s. Discontinuity occurs when a series of innovations lead to great leaps social, technological or of any other nature so that the development of societies begins to move in other planes. Of this discontinuity speaks the book when it scans the Internet network, which is its most immediate manifestation and when he says the alternative of an electronic model for information systems which already today are being implemented in various forms, in varying degrees, in different parts of the globe.This phenomenon is leading us to a climax where we questioned whether we are part of the problem or the solution. The reflections of the book on new paradigms to teach a surprisingly new and ever-changing profession, underlies a philosophy of education that responds to all current knowledge based on individual and social empowerment and that here becomes a framework for reflection, a point of invaluable support to chart a course with meaning to the information sciences education. Undoubtedly leads to a punctual decision of conscience about what to do and how to support sustainable development in the Latin American region.Achieving competitiveness with globalization is based on the development of capital human, the book analyzes it to as a sine qua non condition to achieve the empowerment of information professionals. Ken Cron has many thoughts on the issue. Training to be able to have a voice in this new information environment. From the point of view an epistemological and methodological guide for training new professionals of information is of great richness and consistency and a magnificent intersection between the present and the immediate future, training as an instrument and the diffusion of new ideas.Another element that add practical value to the book and that is at that intersection where the author fights against the degradation of the quality of traditional systems, is teach pioneering projects that take place in other latitudes with many or few resources that I learn from successful experiences, forms of transit through multiple paths and that serve to support actions and imagine ways of doing thingsbased on the already proven. .


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