DEFINITION OF A DIGITAL HUBS MODEL TO EXTEND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES ACCESS FOR UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY

P. Clares-García, A.M. Ramírez Bedolla, E. Rocha Zaragoza, M. Kriscautzky Laxague

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico (MEXICO)
Human development prioritizes health and sustainable solutions in education, even with the use of technologies to bridging digital divide, impacting on social inclusion. The h@puma habitat program at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México UNAM) invites to create value for users’ information and communication technologies (ICT), within extending ICT permanent access, to enable innovations’ services for education at digital hubs in the university. ICT access looks forward to provide students with the conditions to enable them to use computers and communications infrastructure. In order to achieve this, it is desirable to establish and maintain the sustainable growth of ICT capabilities, with a focus on high value-added services based on the knowledge economy. The contribution to this innovation has outweighed the common welfare and competitiveness between the various stakeholders in each project. The experience is integrated into best practices and knowledge to the screening, management and operation of ICT services in order to provide access to the Internet, online services, computers and connectivity. From a provisioning value model ICT, for infrastructure and connectivity availability, used in the UNAM, which objective is promoting spaces to endorse the socialization of knowledge from development and training in the use of ICT for teachers and students, this proposal desires to focus on digital hubs. It is desired to highlight the importance of collaboration and cooperation among those actors involved in technology services, to boost growth.