Information and teaching digital literacy: influence of the training branch


  • Antonio José Moreno Guerrero Universidad de Granada Grupo de Investigación AREA (HUM-672)
  • Mª Aránzazu Fernández Mora Escuela Oficial de Idiomas. UNED.
  • Antonio Luís Godino Fernández Universidad de Sevilla


The digital competence has a great importance and boom in the European framework, given the recommendations given by this agency for lifelong learning. This fact requires some teachers with a consolidated base in said competence, so that they can transmit it to the students, and with it, comply with the recommendations marked from Europe. The purpose of this research is to describe and relate the branch of training of the students of the Master's Degree in Compulsory Secondary Education, Baccalaureate, Vocational Training and Language Teaching in the Campus of Ceuta with the area of digital competence of information and information literacy. The method applied in the study is quantitative, with descriptive and correlative scope, by non-experimental design, and longitudinal paradigm. The sample is 153 students. The instrument used is a questionnaire developed from the rubric created by the Common Framework of Digital Teaching Competence in 2017. The results show that the students' competence level is between A2 and B1 in the area of information and digital literacy. It is concluded that the training branch of future teachers is not an influential element in the competence level in the area named above