Paloma Díaz, Elisa Giaccardi, Ignacio Aedo
Our relationship with computing is changing so rapidly and producing such a profound impact on our social and professional lives that many in the educational community are questioning how to prepare a new generation of students to address the challenges of this world under rapid transformation. What are the fundamental challenges of living in a digital world, in which human beings, material artifacts, and digital services are increasingly interconnected and interdependent? What knowledge and skills will students need to be able to envision and pursue new contexts and roles for digital technology in the society of the future? In…
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