Citizens in a Knowledge Society: Ci i     i    K   l d S irethinking education from scratch.                          scra...
A day in a digital life
- We live in the Information Society- How do you know?- I heard it from a taxi driver.
Read the papers
Get informed
Information overload
Echo chambers
Multimedia literacy                  y
Multimedia literacy
Go to the bank
e-Banking        g
Phishing       g
Phishing       g
Go to the doctor s          doctor’s
e-Administration
Health networks
Informational literacy                     y
Cook
“Gastronomic” networks
“Gastronomic” networks
Study
Online educational networks
Online educational networks
Learn... Learna d eetand meet  t
Communities of practice (online and offline)               p        (                  )
And participate
Citizenship          p
Cyberactivism
Cyberactivism y
...or prying
Personal issues
Privacy      y   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ja8xtQNQYDQ
Security       y   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFVGFuuj3mA
Identity       y
Summing up…      g p  - OMG I got the paper without    OMG,  instructions  - Sundays you know    Sundays,    know...
A hobby in a digital life
Anemone (blog)
Anemone (flickr)
Internet… over an existing network                         g The network of people already existed Applications 2.0: easy,...
Anemone (etsy)
Anemone (etsy)
Anemone (etsy)
Anemone (etsy)
Etsy
Sales… ¿or communities for exchanging?                                 g g The shop “made easy” The shop as a collaborativ...
How about orange  (downloads)
WhipUp (tutorials)
Cicada Daydream (PDF      tutorials)
TrashTies (blog)
TrashTies (blog)
TrashTies (pro)
The Gift Economy               y ¿A Scarcity Economy? It depends. Knowledge as a means, not as a goal Gift for reputation ...
Barcelona Knits (blog)
Barcelona Knits (YouTube)
Ravelry (SNS)
Delicious
GoogleReader
The network at another level: the Net Is the network that matters, not the Net The Web to (re)connect The Web to discover ...
Martha Stewart (web)
Martha Stewart (blog)
Martha Stewart (youtube)
Craftzine (magazine)
Media: also in the network and in the Net New channel, new discourse New conversations From unidirectionality to the netwo...
Education inTelecenters
Evolution of Internet Public Access Points?            telecentre           community (e‐)centre                          ...
Example #1 (I)Option #1: Course on Electronic Administration     Goal: Empowering stay-at-home moms     Activity: Course o...
Example #1 (II)Option #2: Cooking course    Goal: Empowering stay-at-home moms    Activity: Cooking receipts    Activity: ...
Example #2 (I)Option #1: Course on e-Commerce    Goal: Empowering couch-potato dads    Activity: Course on web browsing   ...
Example #2 (II)Option #2: Agreement with the local football-team fan-club     Goal: Empowering couch-potato dads     Activ...
Telecenter 2.0 and community building                           y        g The Telecenter as a part of the network and in ...
The Knowledge Gap Hypothesis           g       yThe Internet multiplies                  p• Good students do better, bad o...
Individuals and organizations in the IS                  g        Person                                  Self-programmabl...
77Belgrade, April 12, 2011. Quality standards in ICT education   g    , p       ,             yTo cite this work:Peña-Lópe...
Citizens in a Knowledge Society: rethinking education from scratch. Part 3: Netizens: towards a set of digital competences
Citizens in a Knowledge Society: rethinking education from scratch. Part 3: Netizens: towards a set of digital competences
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  1. 1. Citizens in a Knowledge Society: Ci i i K l d S irethinking education from scratch. scratch Part 3 Netizens: towards a set of digital competences Ismael P ñ Ló I l Peña-López Internet Interdisciplinary Institute Universitat Oberta de Catalunya Quality standards in ICT education workshiop Belgrade, April 12, 2011. B l d A il 12 2011
  2. 2. A day in a digital life
  3. 3. - We live in the Information Society- How do you know?- I heard it from a taxi driver.
  4. 4. Read the papers
  5. 5. Get informed
  6. 6. Information overload
  7. 7. Echo chambers
  8. 8. Multimedia literacy y
  9. 9. Multimedia literacy
  10. 10. Go to the bank
  11. 11. e-Banking g
  12. 12. Phishing g
  13. 13. Phishing g
  14. 14. Go to the doctor s doctor’s
  15. 15. e-Administration
  16. 16. Health networks
  17. 17. Informational literacy y
  18. 18. Cook
  19. 19. “Gastronomic” networks
  20. 20. “Gastronomic” networks
  21. 21. Study
  22. 22. Online educational networks
  23. 23. Online educational networks
  24. 24. Learn... Learna d eetand meet t
  25. 25. Communities of practice (online and offline) p ( )
  26. 26. And participate
  27. 27. Citizenship p
  28. 28. Cyberactivism
  29. 29. Cyberactivism y
  30. 30. ...or prying
  31. 31. Personal issues
  32. 32. Privacy y http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ja8xtQNQYDQ
  33. 33. Security y http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFVGFuuj3mA
  34. 34. Identity y
  35. 35. Summing up… g p - OMG I got the paper without OMG, instructions - Sundays you know Sundays, know...
  36. 36. A hobby in a digital life
  37. 37. Anemone (blog)
  38. 38. Anemone (flickr)
  39. 39. Internet… over an existing network g The network of people already existed Applications 2.0: easy, free, at “anybody’”s reach “I want to do it I do it” I it, it
  40. 40. Anemone (etsy)
  41. 41. Anemone (etsy)
  42. 42. Anemone (etsy)
  43. 43. Anemone (etsy)
  44. 44. Etsy
  45. 45. Sales… ¿or communities for exchanging? g g The shop “made easy” The shop as a collaborative market The shop as a network, as an extension of the community network User generated content
  46. 46. How about orange (downloads)
  47. 47. WhipUp (tutorials)
  48. 48. Cicada Daydream (PDF tutorials)
  49. 49. TrashTies (blog)
  50. 50. TrashTies (blog)
  51. 51. TrashTies (pro)
  52. 52. The Gift Economy y ¿A Scarcity Economy? It depends. Knowledge as a means, not as a goal Gift for reputation Knowledge, the currency of the network
  53. 53. Barcelona Knits (blog)
  54. 54. Barcelona Knits (YouTube)
  55. 55. Ravelry (SNS)
  56. 56. Delicious
  57. 57. GoogleReader
  58. 58. The network at another level: the Net Is the network that matters, not the Net The Web to (re)connect The Web to discover The Web as a loudspeaker The Web as a multiplier The Web Th W b as a locator l
  59. 59. Martha Stewart (web)
  60. 60. Martha Stewart (blog)
  61. 61. Martha Stewart (youtube)
  62. 62. Craftzine (magazine)
  63. 63. Media: also in the network and in the Net New channel, new discourse New conversations From unidirectionality to the network of peers
  64. 64. Education inTelecenters
  65. 65. Evolution of Internet Public Access Points? telecentre community (e‐)centre ? Ø (disappear) Ø (disappear) cibercafe profits/ sustainability
  66. 66. Example #1 (I)Option #1: Course on Electronic Administration Goal: Empowering stay-at-home moms Activity: Course on web browsing Activity: U A ti it Use of Public Ad i i t ti portals f P bli Administration t l Result: Aft course, stay-at-home moms d not b R lt After t th do t browse Public Administration portals
  67. 67. Example #1 (II)Option #2: Cooking course Goal: Empowering stay-at-home moms Activity: Cooking receipts Activity: S A ti it Search th web f receipts h the b for i t Result: St R lt Stay-at-home moms b th browse th web f receipts the b for i t Result: Stay-at-home moms (maybe) end up finding other uses for the Internet and (maybe) end up setting an appointment with the doctor through the Internet... or buy online... or they chat with their grandsons online grandsons...
  68. 68. Example #2 (I)Option #1: Course on e-Commerce Goal: Empowering couch-potato dads Activity: Course on web browsing Activity: U A ti it Usage of e-commerce f Result: C R lt Couch-potato d d d not buy grocieries online, h t t dads do t b i i li neither perform e-banking transactions... Result: Couch potato dads go to the pub to see the Couch-potato match on their fabulous flat screen with all their friends
  69. 69. Example #2 (II)Option #2: Agreement with the local football-team fan-club Goal: Empowering couch-potato dads Activity: Showcast football matches in streaming Activity: “R A ti it “Round t bl ” using i f d table” i information f ti from th the Internet Result: Couch-potato dads see the match... on the Net Result: Couch potato dads buy tickets online find other Couch-potato online, usage of the Intenret and (maybe) discover e-banking... or the supermarket’s website or fix an appointment supermarket s website... with their doctor...
  70. 70. Telecenter 2.0 and community building y g The Telecenter as a part of the network and in the Net: the telecenter as another node inclusion of the telecenter in the community Digital literacies to be in the community: technological and informational media and multimedia e-awareness, pull (not push) Community building: enhance existing networks inclusion (not digital: inclusion) the problem of legitimacy and reputation p g y p inclusion, then development
  71. 71. The Knowledge Gap Hypothesis g yThe Internet multiplies p• Good students do better, bad ones do worst• Engaged people become more active disengaged active,become more disaffected/distractedThe extreme importance of accompanyingmeasures, of the context, of the framework f th t t f th f k• Beware of one laptop per person projects• Beware of technology for the sake of it
  72. 72. Individuals and organizations in the IS g Person Self-programmable Generic Institution Exclusion Source of innovation Connected Executor and value creation Diamond in the rough Structurally irrelevant Disconnected but invisible to to the system networks InequalityBased on Castells (2000, 2004)
  73. 73. 77Belgrade, April 12, 2011. Quality standards in ICT education g , p , yTo cite this work:Peña-López, Ismael. (2011) Citizens in a Knowledge Society: rethinking education from e a ópe , s ae ( 0 ) C t e s o edge Soc ety et g educat o oscratch. Part 3: Netizens: towards a set of digital competences. Quality standards in ICTeducation workshop, April 12, 2011. Belgrade.<http://ictlogy.net/presentations/20110412_ismael_pena-lopez_-_citizens_knowledge_society_3_netizens.pdf citizens knowledge society 3 netizens.pdf>To contact the author:http://ictlogy.net All the information in this document under a Creative Commons license: Attribution – Non Commercial – No Derivative Works More information please visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/

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