Understand how digital technologies can support communication, creativity and innovation.
Be aware of the opportunities, limitations, effects and risks of digital technologies.
Understand the underlying principles, mechanisms and logic of evolving digital technologies.
Know the basic function and use of different devices, software and networks.
Use of digital technologies to support active citizenship, social inclusion, collaboration and creativity.
Ability to use, access, filter, evaluate, create, program and share digital content.
Manage and protect digital information, content, data, and identities.
Recognize and engage effectively with software, devices, artificial intelligence or robots.
Reflective and critical approach towards digital technologies and content, maintaining an open and proactive attitude towards their evolution.
Ethical, safe and responsible approach to the use of digital tools.
Digital competence involves the confident, critical and responsible use of digital technologies for learning, work and participation in society. It includes aspects such as information and data literacy, communication, collaboration, digital content creation, security, digital well-being and intellectual property issues.