Alfabetización informacional crítica: Una corriente política cada vez más necesaria

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https://doi.org/10.3145/thinkepi.2022.e16a31

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Alfabetización informacional crítica, Desinformación, Activismo informacional, Discurso de odio, Educación

Resumen

Transitamos una realidad obstaculizada por prácticas de acceso y uso de la información digital colmadas de desinformación, noticias falsas y mensajes de odio sobre los que no se actúa con contundencia ni política ni socialmente. La alfabetización informacional crítica, en su vertiente de activismo informacional con componentes teóricos y prácticos, se revela como una oportunidad para colaborar en la construcción de una ciudadanía informada y ética. Presentamos un panorama de la alfabetización informacional crítica desde sus orígenes incidiendo en el ámbito educativo y el ejercicio profesional.

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2022-12-19

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Martínez-Ávila, D. ., & Cuevas-Cerveró, A. . (2022). Alfabetización informacional crítica: Una corriente política cada vez más necesaria. Anuario ThinkEPI, 16. https://doi.org/10.3145/thinkepi.2022.e16a31

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