"Datificazione" e istruzione superiore: verso la costruzione di un quadro competenziale per una rinnovata Digital Scholarship

Titolo Rivista: EXCELLENCE AND INNOVATION IN LEARNING AND TEACHING
Autori/Curatori: Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli
Anno di pubblicazione: 2021 Fascicolo: 0 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 21 P. 127-147 Dimensione file: 0 KB
DOI: 10.3280/exioa0-2021oa11132
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La “datificazione” di processi e servizi è un fenomeno emergente, che sta creando una nuova forma di digital divide. Le due missioni principali dell’università sono entrate in pieno nelle dinamiche della datificazione a partire dai processi di digitalizzazione che hanno accompagnato la modernizzazione dell’università e più recentemente la pedagogia della pandemia. Il presente articolo si propone di introdurre un framework concettuale che supporti lo sviluppo di aree di data literacy legate all’agire professionale dei docenti nella didattica universitaria. Lo studio si basa su una revisione della letteratura e fa parte di una fase iniziale di un progetto di ricerca più ampio. Vengono quindi analizzati una serie di framework relativi alla data literacy, incluso il framework europeo DigCompEdu. Quest’ultimo viene quindi adottato come base strutturale alla formulazione del quadro di alfabetizzazione ai dati o data literacy, in virtù della sua centralità all’interno delle politiche europee. Il quadro che ne consegue viene discusso alla luce delle strategie di sviluppo professionale utili a configurare scenari di uso, non solo dal punto di vista tecnologico, ma anche etico ed epistemologico, entro una rinnovata Digital Scholarship o professionalità docente nell’era delle tecnologie intelligenti.

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Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli, "Datificazione" e istruzione superiore: verso la costruzione di un quadro competenziale per una rinnovata Digital Scholarship in "EXCELLENCE AND INNOVATION IN LEARNING AND TEACHING" 0/2021, pp 127-147, DOI: 10.3280/exioa0-2021oa11132