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Quality of Training of the Communicator in Times of Pandemic

Communication media were introduced in the school to collaborate in the educational process. In the beginning, it was sought to cross the walls of the classroom to take students to the encounter of astronomical realities such as space, or the invisible to the human eyes such as cells. But, there were other educational uses of Media in the experience of Latin America. Media had been used in training peasants, miners, and grassroots organizations. They were used since the middle of the twentieth century and, after that the development of technology allowed traditional media to be present in cyberspace, to meet on the internet, facilitating the education of children and young people, as part of the infrastructure that ensures minimum quality standards in our educational systems. Today, students of Social Communication at San Marcos University are prepared to produce content for different media, because as a journalist they are going to broadcast news in print, audiovisual, and electronic environments as well as produce content for institutional materials and manage institutional communications. To prepare them for this type of Job, students during Educational Communication interact with different populations at a national level, in the remote modality of communication because of the pandemic of COVID-19, to know about their problems of communication and share with them how to solve their problems through analyzed strategies of communication.

Communication Strategies, Educational Communication, Virtual Communication, Interactive Communication, Print, Audiovisual and Electronic Materials Production

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Rosa Cusipuma Arteaga. (2023). Quality of Training of the Communicator in Times of Pandemic. International Journal of Information and Communication Sciences, 8(1), 12-18.

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Rosa Cusipuma Arteaga. Quality of Training of the Communicator in Times of Pandemic. Int. J. Inf. Commun. Sci. 2023, 8(1), 12-18. doi: 10.11648/j.ijics.20230801.12

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Rosa Cusipuma Arteaga. Quality of Training of the Communicator in Times of Pandemic. Int J Inf Commun Sci. 2023;8(1):12-18. doi: 10.11648/j.ijics.20230801.12

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