Current Trends and Future Practices for Digital Literacy and Competence

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Cartelli, Antonio
IGI Global, Apr 30, 2012 - Computers - 280 pages
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Being a digital citizen has transformed from a process of familiarizing ones’ self with terminology and techniques to a full-time responsibility in the hands of any who want to stay abreast of the latest technological change in their respective field.

Current Trends and Future Practices for Digital Literacy and Competence offers a look at the latest research within digital literacy and competence, setting the bar for the digital citizen of today and tomorrow. Presented in the form of case studies, frameworks, methodologies, architectures, and research, this compendium offers a vital resource for practitioners and academics in any field looking to stay up-to-date on their digital literacy. Chapters range from technically fundamental to the layman to complex, from experts around the world in a variety of jobs and countries.

 

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Current Trends and Future Practices for Digital Literacy and Competence

Contents

Digital and InterGenerational Divide
1
An Overview
19
Perspectives on Media Literacy Digital Literacy and Information Literacy
28
Section 2
34
Analysis of Frameworks
35
A Framework for Digital Competence Assessment
47
Complex Scenarios and New Literacies for the Future Education The Centrality of Design
64
Wikipedia as Training Resource for Developing Digital Competences
76
The Promise of Health 20
142
Section 4
153
Framework for the Experiences in Digital Literacy in the Spanish Market
154
Frameworks for the Benchmarking of Digital and Knowledge Management Best Practice in SME and Organizations
166
Free Software Implementation Experiences for the Promotion of the Liquid Society
176
Section 5
188
Cooperative Learning through Communities of Practice
189
Levels of SelfEfficacy among Harassed Teachers
200

An Exploratory Research
84
Section 3
94
A Case Study of Master Course
95
Educators Experiences and Perceptions on Teaching Practices
109
The Multimedia Documentation of Best Practices in Education
124
An Exploratory Study
130
Can They CoExist?
209
Compilation of References
225
About the Contributors
247
Index
253
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Antonio Cartelli is a Researcher in Didactics and Special Pedagogy and has recently won a national competition for associated professorship in Experimental Pedagogy. He manages the Laboratory for Technology of Education and Knowledge Management and the Centre for ICT and on line teaching in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Cassino - Italy. Among his interests are: misconceptions, mental schemes, Information Systems for research and teaching, Web Technologies in teaching research, and their everyday application for the improvement of teaching and learning. He has authored many papers and books concerning the themes he is interested in and is currently chief-editor of the International Journal of Digital Literacy and Digital Competence. [Editor]

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