Civic Education in the Digital Age: Challenges and Development Prospects (Review of the Workshop "Digitization and Civic Education", September 3-4, 2018, Marseilles)
Keywords:digitization, education, civic education, digital technologies
This article is devoted to the author's impressions on the “Digitization and Civic Education” workshop (September, 3-4, Marseilles), that was devoted to discussing the role of digital technologies in civic education from a wide range of theoretical and practical positions.
The main thematic area of the workshop was the consideration of future education through the modern challenges of democratic societies of the information age: hate speech, fake news, electoral manipulation with digital technologies, the importance of capitalizing social networks for the development of society, hybrid information wars, reformatting organizational culture in a digital age, Big Data journalism and so on
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