MEMBERS of the CUR, in unanimous vote in favour of the regulations presented.
With a view to organizing textual structure and coherence in all journalistic publications
In Ordinary Session of the University Council of Campus (CUR), held on August 5, the proposal for Regulations: URACCAN Editorial Line of Intercultural Communication and Regulations on the Functioning of Intercultural Communication Laboratories was presented, with the aim of analyzing both documents through a process of consensus and feedback, for application in all processes of dissemination, dissemination and dissemination of institutional and Autonomous Regions information.
The regulations indicated were presented by the dissemination of the territory, by the teacher Judith Robleto and the teacher Yulmar Montoya, director of the Institute of Intercultural Communication (ICI) of this house of studies.
The presentation raised the need to unify publishing criteria, styles and thematic axes. So that all URACCAN communication processes are carried out under a single orientation and strengthen institutional identity.
Under these regulations, the Intercultural Communication Laboratories, which function as tools for the management, accompaniment, creation and recreation of knowledge and do, must be governed, complying with the Mission, Vision and Philosophy of Life of URACCAN, and projecting indigenous peoples, Afro-descendants and half-breeds of the Caribbean Coast.
One of the approaches to the CUR, made by the director of the ICI, was to incorporate one more element into the editorial communication regulations around the process of scientific journalism, since the document had not yet incorporated that element and had the approval of that body.
It is worth mentioning that since the institute is already beginning to venture into this field, with the intention of sharing to the whole population the main contributions and findings of impact research at the institutional and regional level.
Guidelines that favor institutional work
For the PhD. Eugenio López Mairena, vice-chancellor of the New Guinea precinct, "to have regulations on what our editorial line should look like, how information and the dissemination process should be handled, is of paramount importance and commits to work under these lines that undoubtedly favor how URACCAN is seen, both internally and externally".
In this sense, López stated that, "both documents point to the strengthening we need of communication at the URACCAN level", promoting the idea of working, in addition, in scientific journalism.
On the other hand, The teacher Filadelfo López, coordinator of Natural Resources and Environment and member of this collegiate body, "see and listen to this presentation shows us how URACCAN has made great progress at this point of governing all its institutional work; we think it is important in that these regulations are also approved by URACCAN's highest management body."
Exchanges that enrich and promote local development
The meeting generated dialogues between CUR members, who agreed on the implementation of both regulations and who in turn proposed to set up a communications laboratory on the New Guinea campus. Hence, Teacher Fredy Sady, a teaching representative to the CUR, made "the formal request for a radio" to the director of the ICI, who showed great motivation in knowing the interest of the representatives of the venue in promoting better communication processes in the area, for the good of the community.