Panels and Discussions
Latin America - A Global Snapshot of Virtual Education
Date Wednesday, Dec 2 Time –
A richly-varied geographical grouping of countries, Latin America has shown several highly-developed examples of virtual learning at different educational levels, as well as more slowly-developing cases. The panel will offer, through discussion, past and more recent experiences of technology-based education, and will seek to identify the challenges which appear to be ahead for teaching and learning in the region.
LUIS ELIECER CADENAS is a Computer Engineer with postgraduate studies in economics, telematics, networks and computer science, with almost 30 years of experience in the sector of information technology and telecommunications in the private and public sphere.
He has been co-founder, President and member of the Board of Directors of the national academic network of Venezuela, REACCIUN.
He was President of the Latin American Research Network Association (Enredo 1998-1999), member of the board of the National Center of Supercomputing of Venezuela (Cecalcula, 1997-1999), and the directory of the Park Technological of Sartenejas (1997-1999). He worked seventeen years in Cisco Systems Inc.
He is Executive Director of RedCLARA since August 1, 2017 (Orcid at https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9762-1986).