Developing a digital learning environment as a condition of digital citizenship

Palabras clave: culture, social interaction, transforming communicative culture, university




The purpose of the following article is to address the issue of civic education in digital culture. In countries with a small volume of local media education initiatives, analyzing evolving communication culture is essential. This communication culture analysis indicates the need for a new social contract for the university that falls within the scope of consumer logic. The results indicate that effective social interaction, within and outside the university, is possible through the profound influence of new media on educational practices and daily life.




El propósito del siguiente artículo es abordar el tema de la educación cívica en la cultura digital. En países con un pequeño volumen de iniciativas locales de educación en medios, es esencial analizar la evolución de la cultura de la comunicación. Este análisis de la cultura de comunicación indica la necesidad de un nuevo contrato social para la universidad que se encuentre dentro del alcance de la lógica del consumidor. Los resultados indican que la interacción social efectiva dentro y fuera de la universidad es posible a través de la profunda influencia de los nuevos medios en las prácticas educativas y la vida cotidiana.

Biografía del autor/a

E.M NIKOLAEVA, Kazan (Volga) Federal University, Jazan

E.M Nikolaeva born in 1965. She graduatedin philosophy in 2016-2018 from Kazan (Volga) Federal University Qualification is Teacher of History and Social Studies and Positions heldisa professor (Professor) in KFU / Institute of Social and Philosophical Sciences and Mass Communications / Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies / Department of General Philosophy (main employee). Knowledge of languages in English is (Elementary) Positions held.

P.S KOTLIAR, Kazan (Volga) Federal University, Jazan
P.S Kotliar born in 29.12.1991. She graduated in 2015-2018 from Kazan Federal University, Institute of Social and Philosophical Sciences and Mass Communications in Philosophy, Ethics, and Religious Studies. Her Qualification is Researcher. Her Research teacher was in Philosopher in  2010-2015. Teacher. Her Positions are in Senior Lecturer in KFU / Institute of Social and Philosophical Sciences and Mass Communications / Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies / Department of General Philosophy (main employee).


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NIKOLAEVA, E., & KOTLIAR, P. (2019). Developing a digital learning environment as a condition of digital citizenship. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 24(1), 19-24. Recuperado a partir de