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versión impresa ISSN 0719-3661versión On-line ISSN 0719-367X

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GARCIA-RUIZ, Rosa; GOZALVEZ PEREZ, Vicent  y  AGUADED GOMEZ, J. Ignacio. The media competence as a challenge for educommunication: tools of evaluation. Cuad.inf. [online]. 2014, n.35, pp.15-27. ISSN 0719-3661.  http://dx.doi.org/10.7764/cdi.35.623.

Technological advances make new resources available to educational agents in order to enhance learning, but their use requires developing basic competencies or skills in students and is a challenge to the entire educational community. In this context, media competence becomes fundamental for encouraging responsible, efficient and democratic use of media resources by citizens. Here we present the results of a research project carried out in Spain, in which various instruments were designed to assess the media competence of students, teachers and parents. Its application has revealed that we are in an extraordinary moment to take advantage of media resources towards improving the educational process, although it is clear that the fact of being surrounded by media and technologies does not mean that we are competent in their use. This leads us to emphasize the importance of the inclusion of media education into the school curriculum from the earliest ages.

Palabras clave : Media competence; educommunication; citizenship; media literacy; evaluation.

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