Volume 12 No 1 (2020): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Digital Skills and Digital Literacy: New Trends in Vocational Training
Yolvi Ocaña-Fernández, Luis Alex Valenzuela Fernández, William Eduardo Mory Chiparra, Santiago Gallarday-Morales, Santiago Gallarday-Morales
Keywords: digital literacy, digital skills, higher education, ICTs, artificial intelligence
This article focuses on the analysis of the spectrum related to the field of digital competencies in the higher education landscape, trying to focus on the most outstanding aspects of the technological landscape and its aspects. Emphasis is given to issues related to information and communication technologies and their gravitational role in educational work, taking into account the mechanisms that allow to strengthen the importance of digital literacy and inclusion. On the other hand, the panorama of artificial intelligence and its relationship in the training of professionals according to the demands of an increasingly technological environment are reviewed.
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