Introduction: the current technological development transcends all human activity, such as education. Analyzing the link of digital skills achieved by students, applied in collaborative teaching methods, we established the existing relationship between information literacy (IL) and reciprocal teaching (RT) skills in Communication Sciences students; based on the classification of IL competencies in DigComp 2.1, related to skills and attitudes promoted by RT. Method: the research was anonymized, a digital questionnaire was used with 100 IL questions and 22 RT questions, both with a Likert scale with values of 0-9; the reliability of the instrument was validated by Cronbach’s Alpha with values of .987 for AI and .992 for RT, as well as the review at the discretion of 3 experts. Results: the data showed a non-normal distribution, applying Spearman’s Rho it was determined that there is a significant relationship, establishing through Multinomial Logistic Regression that the IL of level N3 predominates, concentrating 90% of cases, reflected in the 2/3 of RT concentrated in levels Low-Medium, the regression coefficients show that the low development of IL does not lead to an advanced RT. Conclusions: In Peru, the development of Digital Competencies, fundamentally the 3 dimensions of IL (navigate, evaluate and manage information), is similar to Spain, being that, evaluating it must have greater development to ensure that communicators can combat fake news, a level N3 would be insufficient, a review of the university curriculum and improving student training would be needed to achieve it, because being “digital natives” is not enough.
|Título traducido de la contribución
|Enseñanza recíproca influenciado por los niveles de alfabetización informacional en estudiantes de Ciencias de la Comunicación
|Número de páginas
|Publicaciones de la Facultad de Educacion y Humanidades del Campus de Melilla
|Publicada - ene. 2023
|Publicado de forma externa