Definition: Adopts and develops new practices with digital technology in order to be able to better analyze and develop a critical perspective on content and underlying systems, services and networks.

Personal perspective

  • Manages the impact of their digital use on their physical and psychological well-being.
  • Skillfully manages digital identity, data privacy and security.

Academic perspective

  • Understands the contribution and diverse perspectives of digital media as a social, political and educational tool and engages while understanding the benefits and risks.
  • Realizes and considers issues related to changes in the way data, interactions and networks are created and used through information and communication technologies.
  • Finds, evaluates, manages, curates, organises and shares digital information while respecting ethical and legal guidelines.

Employability perspective

  • Adopts, learns and develops new technological practices to adapt to different professional contexts.
  • Considers the characteristics of different digital media and tools to communicate and collaborate while respecting the diversity of communication standards and needs.
  • Works fluently across a range of technological tools, platforms and applications to complete complex tasks.