Sobre el curso

La competencia digital es el conjunto de conocimientos, destrezas, actitudes, habilidades, estrategias y experiencias que son requeridos para el uso de las tecnologías de la información y los medios digitales con el fin de realizar una tarea; resolver un problema; comunicarse; gestionar información; colaborar; crear y compartir contenidos; construir conocimiento de manera efectiva, eficiente, apropiada, crítica, creativa, autónoma, flexible, ética, reflexiva bien sea para el trabajo, el ocio, la participación, el aprendizaje, la socialización, el consumo o el empoderamiento ciudadano.

[Digital competence in practice: an analysis of frameworks. Comisión Europea. Anusca Ferrari. 2012. Definición a partir de las competencias clave para el aprendizaje a lo largo de la vida]

 

Media education and media literacy will entail a long, profound and intense process that must be undertaken, in view of the circumstances, with diligence and urgency.
In essence, it is an effort that will lead to the re-launch of today’s communicative universe. The entire media system will have to ground and support itself on a new — and ancient — aspect of human dignity: freedom of awareness and of communication. That is, it will have to ground and support itself on the individual’s full autonomy and capacity to judge freely, to adopt informed decisions based on the fulfilment of the right to information and transparency, to freely express opinions and convey information, to freely create and interact with others, to use all the media available within their reach and to reciprocally demand respect for diversity. One key to this lies in the possibility of media literacy

[Media literacy and new humanism.UNESCO. 2010.  José Manuel Pérez Tornero]

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