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Some thoughts on digital literacy


Abstract


Presentation of some of the major structural condition to discuss the conceptualization of digital literacy and reflect on the implications and the specific challenges facing operators when necessary to document or evaluate the use of digital technology in our society '.

Keywords

Information and Communication Technology (ICT); Educational Technology; Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL); Digital Literacy; skills;

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17471/2499-4324/335

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