This project considers the use of mobile distributed collaboration techniques, to study the ICT use patterns, of young people between 16 and 21 years of age who in Mexico City (CDMX). The proposal states that the quantitative characterization of these patterns will support the design of public policies aimed at promoting the use of ICT and reducing social inequality that affects significant sectors of the population. The proposal addresses research questions in four areas: (1) general questions, (2) knowledge, (3) skills and (4) practices, all related to the patterns of use of ICT, with emphasis on the use of mobile media and social networks. The project is funded by la Secretaría de Educación Ciencia Tecnología e Innovación de la CDMX. An infographic report of the project can be found here. An interactive map that shows the location of the data collected can be found here.