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Mobility, cyberculture, app and digital citizenship: a case study of “Universidade Connectada”

The need of new sociability behaviours promoted new ways of technological development, changing, shifting and creating unusual relations between Man and information and communication technologies. This was exactly what happened at the turn of the 20th century to 21st century when many revolutionary network communication electronic devices were developed. In this sense, this paper presents a mobile application called “Universidade Conectada” that, through e-participation and mobilizes the academic community to monitor structural problems in universities. A descriptive qualitative study of empirical nature, supported by the development methodology of a prototype was made. As a result of this study were identified, among other things, the possibility to promote integrated actions to solve issues as a consequence of the involvement and integration of the academic community in association with the developed app.

Author(s):

Marcelo Mendonça Teixeira    
UFRPE
Brazil

Joel Alves de Lima Júnior    
UFRPE
Brazil

Michelly Moraes Teixeira    
UFRPE
Brazil

Cristiane Domingos de Aquino    
UFRPE
Brazil

 

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