Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2018, Volume: 11, Issue: 45, Pages: 1-8
Arnulfo Diaz Pertuz1 *, YuliInes Liñan Cuello1 and Hugo Hernandez Palma2
*Author for correspondence
Arnulfo Diaz Pertuz,
Unuversidad de la Guajira, Divisa, Riohacha, La Guajira, Colombia; [email protected]
Objective: Analyze the different ways in which Information and Communications Technology (ICTs) linked in a micro economy succeed in expanding strategies for the creation of commercial projects and their national and international dissemination. Methodology: In order to achieve the proposed objective, a qualitative methodology was proposed which, based on a documentary review in both the English and Spanish languages, extracted the most relevant aspects in order to respond to the subject matter under study. Findings: The poorest communities in Colombia experience a series of ignorance’s in the use of ICTs, represented by misuse, affordability and/or inexperience for the incorporation of these new mechanisms in lifestyles, therefore, ICT-focused education should be promoted. Application: The ICT training will be crucial to drive new business and commercial dynamics; therefore, its relevance takes on great significance in the processes of impulse to overcome poverty, an aspect that should be promoted in all educational instances.
Keywords: Education, Entrepreneurship, Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Microeconomics, Poverty
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