El uso de tecnología en la universidad: ¿Es necesaria su regulación?

The object of this paper is the study of the possible undesired consequences, from a legal point of view, derived from the introduction of new information and communication technologies in the university environment; in particular, on some of the constitutional rights of the members of the university community. The purpose of the study is to provide elements for reflection on the convenience or not of regulating the uses of technology applied specially to teaching and university management, to guarantee respect for the aforementioned rights. The methodology used is that of research in legal topics, through the study of existing regulations and jurisprudence with an impact in this area, as well as the doctrine published in this regard. The results obtained show evidence that situations can occur in the normal development of university activity in which the use or imposition of certain new technologies affects the rights of its members. It is also verified that there is no regulation that orders this area or that prevents such affectations. This leads to the conclusion that the use of technology in the university should be regulated, to ensure transparency in its design and implementation, as well as the protection of the rights of its users and the recipients of its use. The Organic Law regulating the university appears as the appropriate level to establish a common framework for the protection of rights, while the regional university regulations should have space for their subsequent development in implementation of their powers ​
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