Notes from the course Competencias digitales: conocimientos, habilidades y actitudes para la Sociedad Red (Digital competences: Knowledge, skills and attitudes for the Network Society), organized by the CUIMPB, and held in Barcelona, Spain, on July 16th and 17h, 2009. More notes on this event: competencias_digitales_cuimpb_2009.
New competencies for politics, government and participation
Carolina Velasco: one of the problems with cyberactivism is creating buzz around some concepts or information or pieces of news that are not fully understood by who’s endorsing them. A: Agreed. Indeed, the fact is that there’s people that are highly technologically literate and master several tools, but lack other dimensions of digital literacy such as informational literacy or e-awareness, for instance, and have the ability to endorse but without a critical point of view.
- Citation and downloads, in Spanish and English: Peña-López, I. (2009). Goverati: New competencies for politics, government and participation. Seminar at the Course: Digital Competences: Knowledge, skills and attitudes for the Network Society. CUIMPB, 16th July 2009. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
- Competències digitals. Coneixements, habilitats i actituds per a la Societat Xarxa (3), by Joan Carles Torres
- Competencias digitales para la sociedad red (I), by Emilio Quintana
Course on Digital Competences (2009)
If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:
Peña-López, I. (2009) “Digital Competences (III). Ismael Peña-López: Goverati. New competencies for politics, government and participation” In ICTlogy,
#70, July 2009. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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