Revista española de Documentación Científica, Vol 40, No 3 (2017)

Modelos evaluativos de Metaliteracy y alfabetización en información como factores de excelencia académica

Miguel Ángel Marzal, Jussara Borges

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3989/redc.2017.3.1410

Resumen


El trabajo analiza la transformación de la alfabetización en información a partir de la confluencia de las competencias en información con las competencias en comunicación. Esta confluencia se hace necesaria por el nuevo contexto que en Educación impone la eScience, la Web Social, el aprendizaje colaborativo y la imagen para la formación académica. La alfabetización en información debe coordinarse con la visual literacy, la dataliteracy, la transliteracy, la new media literacy, lo que hace posible el impacto de la metaliteracy en Educación. El trabajo estudia la definición de la metaliteracy en Educación Superior para demostrar la necesidad del diseño de un modelo de evaluación para unas competencias en metaliteracy, por lo que detalla el método de búsqueda de referentes y llegar a la presentación de una estructura de categorías que organicen la propuesta de indicadores apropiados, presentando la propuesta de un modelo de evaluación de competencias para metaliteracy.

Palabras clave


Metaliteracy; conocimiento de la información; alfabetización académica; modelo de indicadores; evaluación de competencias

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