Use of Internet in Knowledge Management

Miguel Díaz-Canel visits institutions and constructing works in Pinar del Río

By: Dorelys Canivell Canal


2016-09-08 | 16:38:01 EST

PINAR DEL RÍO. — The First Vice-President of the Councils of State and Ministers Miguel Diaz-Canel highlighted the need of using the Internet for the management of knowledge, positioning own contents on the network and studying the best experiences that support internationally the different education systems, during a meeting with educational managers in Vueltabajo, held last Wednesday.

The leader showed special interest in the integration process of the Hermanos Saíz University. During the meeting, an exchange on the process of computerization carries out in the University, the link between its three head offices, and about the importance of including teacher training in other university studies, was carried out.

«Didactics is a challenge; the engineers and specialists we are educating must be also prepared for teaching, because many will form part of this cloister, » Díaz-Canel praised, and he stressed the advantages of proving, in applications for mobile devices, the materials that the students need.

In addition, Díaz-Canel spoke with directors of teaching organs like Culture and the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER,) and the Ernesto Che Guevara University of Medical Sciences regarding the beginning of the school year, the amount of teachers required, and supplies.

The photovoltaic solar park that is building in Troncos was visited among others. The tour, in which the highest authorities of the Communist Party and Government participated in the province, covered the factory packaging.

Díaz-Canel also spoke with journalists and photojournalists of the Guerrillero newspaper, as part of his visit in the territory.

Translated by ESTI

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