DOI: 10.17151/eleu.2020.22.2.6
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Valenzuela-Fernández L. A., Collantes-Inga Z. M., & Durand-Hipólito E. E. (2020). Sobre la gobernanza digital, política digital y educación. Eleuthera, 22(2), 88 - 103. https://doi.org/10.17151/eleu.2020.22.2.6

Autores/as

Luis Alex Valenzuela-Fernández
Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
lvalenzelaf@unmsm.edu.pe
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8743-4092
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Zoila Mercedes Collantes-Inga
Universidad Privada del Nort
zoila.collantes@upn.pe
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8741-9263
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Eduardo Ernesto Durand-Hipólito
Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
edurand.610@gmail.com
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1194-9724
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Resumen

Objetivo. El presente artículo tiene por objetivo realizar una revisión acerca de los fundamentos referidos a aspectos claves de la política digital y sus mecanismos de gobernanza. Metodología. Se ha optado por emplear la metodología hermenéutica a fin de abordar cualitativamente la temática con base en el análisis bibliográfico. Resultados. Se describen los mecanismos y procesos inherentes a la gobernanza digital a niveles micro y macro y su influencia en el orbe, así como el desarrollo de las políticas digitales aplicadas al campo de la educación. Conclusión. Se discuten las oportunidades y dificultades del desarrollo de los sistemas de gobernanza multinivel con base en la aplicación de infraestructuras digitales y la consolidación de ecosistemas tecnológicos urbanos.

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