8th Data, Information and Technology Cycle of Studies: Rural Communication
The Data, Information and Technology Cycle of Studies (CEDIT) is organized by the Data Access Technology Research Group (GPTAD) in conjunction with the Project Digital Skills for Family Farming (CoDAF). The event happens at the Faculty of Sciences and Engineering (UNESP / Tupã), and aims to provide debates and reflections from seminars presented by professors and post-graduate students, addressing, in an interdisciplinary way, problems and issues related to the areas of Administration, Engineering of Biosystems, Information Science, Plant Science, and Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
In its 8th edition, held on March 30, 2019, the event had two lectures that addressed the theme of Rural Communication: the first, entitled 'Agroprosa - improving dialogue in the field', was taught by Professor Cristiane Bernardo (UNESP) and talked about challenges of communication between producers and researchers in data collection processes, and; the second one, entitled 'Rural extension: the challenges of communication in agriculture', was carried out by MS Juliana C. Bernardes (UEL), and addressed the exchange of information between extension technicians and producers, highlighting the role of the public policies of ATER . In addition to the lectures, there were also two presentations of scientific articles published in national and international journals, referring to research carried out by GPTAD members.
In the end, a closing table was composed to discuss convergences between the content of the lectures and the results of the articles presented. It is also important to highlight the innovative proposal for the dissemination of videos, slides, and transcripts of the presentations, thus contributing to the expansion of the possibilities of access and use of the rich content resulting from the various activities of the event.
Fábio Mosso Moreira
Undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the Faculty of Sciences and Engineering (UNESP / Tupã). Master degree in Information Science - (UNESP / Marília). PhD student in the Graduate Program in Information Science (UNESP / Marília). Member of the Research Group - GPNTI (UNESP / Marília) and GPTAD (UNESP / Tupã). Collaborator of the Project Digital Skills for Family Farming (CoDAF). Content editor of the Electronic Journal Digital Skills for Family Farming (RECoDAF). Professional Technical Skill in Informatics from ETEC Massuyuki Kawano - Centro Paula Souza de Tupã. Professional experience in the ERP Information Systems for Logistics Operations. Works with research in Information Science, studying the use of digital resources for access to government data of Public Policies in the context of the small farmer.
Fernando de Assis Rodrigues
Professor at Federal University of Pará. Ph.D. and M.S. in Information Science, Post-bachelor in Internet Systems and Bachelor of Science in Information Systems. Most of his experience is based on works developed as a Full Stack Developer and Database administrator, especially with Python, Java and PHP programming languages, as well as MySQL, MariaDB, SQLite3 and PostgreSQL databases. Also, he lectured classes related to the context of Computer Science to undergraduate and graduate students at UNESP. Currently, He workd as a postdoc researcher at UNESP labs, working in data studies.
Ricardo César Gonçalves Sant'Ana
Associate Professor at the Paulista State University - UNESP, Faculty of Sciences and Engineering - FCE, Campus de Tupã, on an exclusive dedication, where he is Chairman of the Monitoring and Evaluation Committee of the Graduate Courses - CAACG, Local Coordinator of the Center for Studies and Pedagogical Practices - CENEPP and Local Ombudsman. Professor of the Post-Graduate Program in Information Science of the Paulista State University, Marília Campus. Graduated in Mathematics and Pedagogy, Master in Information Science (2002), Doctorate in Information Science (2008) and Freelance in Management Information Systems by UNESP (2017). He has specialized in Object Orientation (1996) and Management of Information Systems (1998). Ad hoc advisor of periodicals and development agencies. Member of the Research Group - New Technologies in Information GPNTI-UNESP. Has experience in the area of ??Computer Science, currently conducts research focused on: information science and information technology, investigating issues related to the Data Life Cycle, Transparency and Information Flow in Productive Chains. He worked as a professor at Faccat Faculdade de Ciências Contábeis e Administração de Tupã, where he coordinated a course of Administration with Qualification in Systems Analysis for ten years and the course of Licenciatura in Computing. He worked in the private sector as a consultant, integrator and researcher of new information technologies from 1988 to 2004.
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