Tagged: Data Literacy


Promoting Data Literacy in the University Environment: Training Experiences with Undergraduate Students

En today’s data-driven society, data must be seen as an essential resource in the teaching-learning process and, to this end, university teachers must be able to identify, visualise, analyse and evaluate data sets.
Data literacy is understood as a person’s ability to read and understand the meaning of data, which contributes to any citizen being able to make decisions that affect their professional work and/or daily life, based on data (Martín, & Iglesias, 2022). For this reason, this literacy -together with others such as information and digital literacy- should be present at all educational levels and, in particular, in university education. Similarly, it is important to highlight that data literacy and education are not only limited to technical skills for working with data, but also include an understanding of ethics and privacy in the use of data (Correa, Losada, & Gutiérrez-Cabello, 2021).


An educational vision of disinformation: resources and tools for literacy

Democracy is threatened by the serious problem of disinformation. It is a complex phenomenon that must be analyzed from an educational approach in order to recognize what pedagogical models, practices and resources have been developed to train citizens to overcome disinformation. The “Forge of Destiny” project, funded by the COTEC Foundation for Innovation and developed by Nodo Educativo, aims to create an educational video game and has allowed us to learn about the relationship between education and disinformation.