The following report, presents a study conducted in Costa Rica by students of the School of Communication Sciences of the University of Costa Rica during the year 2017. This study was carried out in order to explore how young people in the country access and use digital technologies, with special attention to geographical, socioeconomic and sociocultural differences.

The results of the workshops were presented during  the "III Regional Symposium" Connected to the South: Costa Rica, along with audiovisual materials. The event took take place in San Jose, Costa Rica, on January 15 and 16 of 2018. ", organized by the School of Communication Sciences of the University of Costa Rica, Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society of Harvard University, UNICEF, Voices of Youth, Institute of Communication and Image of the University of Chile and Faro Digital Argentina.

The specific objectives of this project are: to generate quality information that serves as a framework to understand the experiences and visions of young people in different contexts of Costa Rica about their relationship with Internet and digital technologies, and to encourage learning from a critical and practical approach around the issues of digital citizenship, artificial intelligence and digital economy.

Report CaS Costa Rica (Spanish).

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