Digitalkompetenz für Soziale Berufe: Der Einfluss der digitalen Informatisierung auf Lehre und Ausbildungsprofile

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Informationalization and digitalization are transformative processes that require new sets of literacies, competences, and skills for active participation in and analysis of modern societies. This, however, requires changes in the methodological knowledge and thus training of students as well as teachers themselves. The ability for critical reflection of ethical challenges in combination with an extended set of knowledge about data creation, storage and codification become central issues in an increasingly complex societal structure based on digital capitalism.

T. Damberger, I. Schell-Kiehl, & J. Wahl (Hrsg.), Pädagogik, Soziale Arbeit und Digitalität (pp. 27-38). Beltz Juventa
Joachim K. Rennstich
Joachim K. Rennstich
Professor International Social Work and Research Methods

My research interests include the long-term development of digital capitalism, digital literacy and innovative teaching-methodologies.