Checking date: 04/06/2021


Course: 2021/2022

Digital Information literacy
(17474)
Study: Bachelor in Management of Information and Digital Contents (340)


Coordinating teacher: MARTINEZ CARDAMA, SARA

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Library Science and Documentation

Type: Electives
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS

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Requirements (Subjects that are assumed to be known)
The students must have developed a set of skills required in the Degree and that are essential to follow this subject, referred to the domain of knowledge and techniques to process information for capture, organization, management and communication in digital environments
Objectives
BASIC COMPETENCES 1. CB2. Know how to apply the theoretical knowledge in the resolution of practical cases 2. CB3. Develop the ability to interpret data, transmit information and knowledge to solve problems 3. CB5. Have developed skills to undertake studies with a remarkable degree of autonomy GENERAL COMPETENCES 1. CG1. Know and apply fundamental principles and techniques for information in digital environments 2. CG2. Know the theories, principles and instruments necessary for communication, organization and management of information 3. CG4. Know the models and research methods in the digital field, together with a methodology for the investigation of sources and for the analysis and interpretation of the information that leads to knowledge TRANSVERSAL COMPETENCES Ct1 Know and be able to handle interpersonal skills on initiative, responsibility, negotiation and emotional intelligence CT2. Be able to establish good interpersonal communication and work in multidisciplinary and international teams CT3. Be able to organize and plan work SPECIFIC COMPETENCES CE2. Know the theoretical models of information retrieval, handle with ease the different interrogation languages ¿¿and interfaces of information retrieval systems and be able to interact with them to solve the possible information needs that arise CE8 Understand the main techniques and methods for information visualization CE9. Know the user-centered design principles, techniques and tools for digital products, including multimedia content. And be able to apply usability evaluation techniques in digital environments and products CE16. Be able to operate in social networks and develop, maintain and retain user communities in relation to a specific digital product
Skills and learning outcomes
Description of contents: programme
DIDACTIC UNIT 1. THE REASONS OF AN ACADEMIC SPECIALTY FOR SPECIALISTS IN CONTENTS AND DIGITAL INFORMATION 1. The web as a knowledge space 2. Socio-economic models 2.1. Digital divide and social inclusion 2.2. Digital economy and sustainable economy: economic models and laws 3. The professions of the XXI century: contents and reading-writings 4. The progress 3.1. Knowledge and knowledge 3.2. Science for the 21st century 3.3. Education for the 21st century DIDACTIC UNIT 2. MULTILITERACIES FOR SPECIALISTS IN CONTENTS AND DIGITAL INFORMATION 1. The reading and writing that the professional should consider 2. The competences that the professional must consider for his products to the user / client / educating 3. Origin and evolution of multi-literacy: its professional impact 4. New literacies and their cooperative model: a job opportunity. The definition of their specialties DIDACTIC UNIT 3. DIGITAL LITERACY: ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL OBJECT 1. Taxonomy of multiliteracies and digital literacy 2. Digital competences in the European Union and governments of the world 3. Definitions, norms and guidelines for a cooperative digital literacy model for the Web 4. Professional projection: visualization, virtualization, editing, ethical uses of web content DIDACTIC UNIT 4. VISUAL APPLICATION OF DIGITAL LITERACY 1. Visual competences: their codes and norms 2. Good practices of professional application and quality criteria for their contents 3. Educational applications: edition and uses of educational digital objects. Design principles 4. Professional applications: virtual realities, videos, gaming. Design principles DIDACTIC UNIT 5. COMMUNICATIVE APPLICATION OF DIGITAL LITERACY 1. Communication competences: their codes and norms 2. Good practices of professional application and quality criteria for their contents 3. The applications in contents for open and cooperative learning for people: MOOCs, SPOCs, m-learning, the edition of contents according to digital environment 4. The applications in contents for cooperative learning for entities: dataliteracy, governance, open government and transparency DIDACTIC UNIT 6. EVALUATION IN DIGITAL LITERACY CONTENTS: A GUIDE FOR PROFESSIONALS 1. The evaluation in digital literacy and literacy: the role of the professional editor and content manager 2. Systems and models for evaluating digital literacy and literacy 3. Models and methods for evaluating digital literacy and literacy: quantitative, qualitative 4. Competent indicators, its design and functionality. 5. Professional and economic impact: rankings, reputation on the web, social responsibility DIDACTIC UNIT 7. DESIGN OF WEB CONTENTS FOR DIGITAL LITERACY 1. Field study and diagnostic analysis. The architecture for a digital literacy object 2. Quality criteria and application in contents such as design sketch 3. Digital product selection, competences and scope of application 4. Elements of elaboration: norms, phases, hyper-documentary properties, standards and evaluation models 5. Programming of the product for digital literacy: validation, application. evaluation
Learning activities and methodology
The subject is based on the autonomous learning of the student, for which it will be guided by the teaching materials prepared by the teacher, the specialized readings and the recommended bibliography. The methodology proposes a model of active and continuous learning promoting participation, through teaching and interaction with the use of technological tools. It will be provided: ppt transparencies, electronic addresses, computer programs and practice models through Aula Global. The matter will be structured: 1. Conceptual framework, which will provide a pdf document, with the concepts and concepts that will be worked on in each teaching unit to show the student a theoretical vision of the discipline that allows him to acquire the fundamental knowledge for its assimilation and application. 2. Complementary framework, which can be provided so that the student understands the different perspectives, trends and schools through a series of individual readings, in electronic format, through the Global Classroom platform. 3. Illustrative framework, which allows the student an understanding of the concept, for its assimilation and efficient application in their future professional performance. It will consist of electronic and / or virtual resources, complemented by debates. This framework will be powered by electronic addresses, resources, software and tutorials, to support conceptual discourse. This illustrative framework will allow to do practical exercises of comprehension of the subject in a continuous way (for the permanent learning) 4. Framework of practices, whose function is that students acquire skills, abilities and competencies through their preparation by students, in parallel to the development of the classes. Its objective is to prove what the student knows and knows about the competences proposed in each didactic unit. They will be designed as an object of learning: instructional design, associated complementary material, exemplifications, exercise proposal, completion by the student. 5. Questionnaires may be offered for completion by students, which will serve as a basic element of self-assessment and individual monitoring of quality in the learning process 6. Tutorials. To effectively develop the educational model, the tutorial system acquires importance in ensuring collaborative and meaningful learning. Two types of tutorials are proposed: one derived from the collective classroom tutorials; another one of personalized tutorials, referred to his formation and academic trajectory; virtual tutorials, for telematic attention on certain days
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 60
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 40
Calendar of Continuous assessment
Basic Bibliography
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