Healthy Application of Basic Digital Skills


  • Otilia ARMEAN Sapientia-Hungarian University of Transylvania



The study reevaluates McLuhan’s “media-theory”, Benjamin's ideas of the “here-and-now”, and gathers the repeated keywords in theories of key competences in digital era: ability of critical thinking, independence, the ability of learning how to learn, the awareness of complexity and unity, the knowledge of interactions and networking. The fact that we live in a knowledge-based intensely informational age, also means that knowledge is not in itself valuable, but is only a condition for supporting the process of information acquisition and knowledge creation. Today, the reason of learning is not knowledge; rather the other way around: we learn in order to learn how to learn, in order to be able to learn new things later in life. 




How to Cite

ARMEAN, O. (2018). Healthy Application of Basic Digital Skills. Journal of Education in Black Sea Region, 3(1).