Information and communication technologies in the National University of Education of Ecuador (UNAE).
This study is a partial advance of an ongoing research whose main objective is to creation, contribution and analyze of cultural indicators in the Ecuadorian university context. The work here presented focuses specifically on providing a series of indicators on the equipment, use and consumption of information and communication technologies of students of the National University of Education of Ecuador (UNAE). The methodology used is quantitative of descriptive-analytical order, based on the data collected in a survey applied on a population sample, made up of 438 students of the total universe between the different careers and cycles offered by the UNAE. The sample has a margin of 95% reliability and an error of 5%. The data was taken trough a electronic survey that took around 30-40 minutes. The results obtained show a high level of equipment, use and consumption of the different technological devices. Also, these population university spend enough hours daily in academic and free time activities with their celphone, television, videos and internet.