THE CHALLENGE OF DIGITAL INCLUSION


10 Dec

Lately, the digital inclusion program has become a very important indicator in the diagnosis of any country's development. In addition, from the second half of 1990 onwards, Brazil promoted a notable expansion in the use of the internet and cell phones. This technological advance has led to the emergence of the digitally excluded, that is, people who do not dominate or use the resources of technology. 

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Thus, the digital inclusion project has become very important, as we can consider that Digital Inclusion is the democratization of access to ICTs, targeting digital illiterates. Thus, we believe that digital inclusion is to simplify activities and maximize time and its potential, thereby improving their living conditions.
Digital inclusion is characterized by the attendance of three basic instruments which are, mastering the computer, accessing the internet and working with the tools of ICT's, since it is not enough for the citizen to have a computer connected to the internet to be considered digital. 

There are 102.1 million Brazilians with internet access in the country (IBGE, 2010).
The world of technology is growing daily with many innovations, in addition, cell phones come with many resources, turning these small devices into a minicomputer, also TV's have become SmartTV's, now with great means of functionality and with applications that allow compatible interactions for the Internet. 

In this context, my interest aroused, and with it, the desire to learn more about its functionalities and applications of microinformatics devices and their technologies. And in this way, being able to share this knowledge with the elderly who were excluded in the face of the harsh reality imposed by ICTs.

Digital Inclusion is not something new in Brazil, but governmental, business and institutional investments to create projects in this regard are not sufficient to meet the demand and to change the quality of life of people at an older age. One of the big problems, is the cost of creation to equip a computer lab, it requires besides demanding the values for the acquisition of the equipment, it also needs the cooperation of the instructors and time to be able to develop the project. 

The Elderly Statute provides numerous rights to the elderly, including access to quality education, in addition to ensuring digital inclusion through computing and other technological devices. In this way, this group has sought to know and master these ICT resources, to ensure greater satisfaction,

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