Social uses of ICT and Digital Culture

  •     Usage in practice and generation of knowledge.
  •     Literacy, fluency and digital maturity.
  •     Subject, digital citizenship and identity.
  •     Communities and social networks.
  •     Changes in school culture.

Main questions

What are the rights and responsibilities that must guide the responsible and strategic use of the Internet? How to become a critical and active spirit to new knowledge and skills such as: digital citizenship, digital identity and information literacy? What are the most appropriate to promote digital maturity strategies?

Description

To research how children and adolescents use technology both inside and outside school. To analyze and monitor the development of knowledge-building capabilities supported by digital technology. To identify the critical aspects to develop knowledge and competences related to skills such as digital literacy, digital citizenship or computational thinking. To identify strategies to promote a critical and proactive spirit in terms of knowledge generation and digital identity management. To account for the development of the different gaps (degrees of access, effective use, ownership, consumption and production of knowledge) both by students and their families, and close social circles.