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The research team of the Cdepi project, (Digital Competence in compulsory education students. Socio-family environments, appropriation processes and e-inclusion proposals) - funded by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness-, participated in monograph No. 61 of the Distance Education Journal (RED) which has recently been published with the title: "Digital competence and social inclusion in primary school children" whose guest editor is Adriana Gewerc.

The monograph contains different papers which highlight the results of the CDEPI project through various topics: an analysis of the gender perspective in relation to digital security, the influence of socio-cultural contexts in the development of digital competence and results of the application of the ECODIES questionnaire that allow to know the level of development of digital competence in different Spanish communities.

This issue of journal (with the seal of the seal of quality FECYT and indexed in SCOPUS) makes it possible to bring the results of the project to all interested parties

  The journal makes possible to disseminate the results of the project to all those interested. The journal has among its quality indicators the FECYT quality seal and is indexed in SCOPUS.

We leave here the links with which you can access the different articles:


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