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2.6

[[General Digital Competence|General Digital Competence]] [[Enabling Digital Competence|Enabling Digital Competence]] [[Care Specific Digital Competence|Care Specific Digital Competence]]
[[Information|Information]] [[Communication|Communication]] [[Content Creation|Content Creation]] [[Safety|Safety]]
[[2.1|2.1]] [[2.2|2.2]] [[2.3|2.3]] [[2.4|2.4]] [[2.5|2.5]] [[2.6|2.6]]

 

Competence domain A General digital competence
Competence area 2 Communication
Competence title 2.6 Managing digital identity
Competence description   Creating, adapting and managing one or multiple digital identities; protecting one's online reputation; dealing with the data that one produces through several accounts and applications.
Application level User Guide/mentor
  He/She is able to:
Knowledge examples

- define the benefits of having one or more digital identities
- understand the interlinks between the online and offline world
- understand that several actors can positively or negatively contribute to constructing his/her digital identity

- explain to care recipients the concept of digital identity
- familiarise care recipients with elementary principles for creating and managing digital identities
- describe specifics of care recipients’ dealing with digital identities, footprint, disclosure of information

Skills examples

- construct profiles that benefit his/her needs
- track own digital footprint
- protect him/herself and others from online threats to their e-reputation

- mediate the User skills to care recipients
- support care recipients in adopting the User skills

Attitudes examples

- realise the benefits and risks related to online identity exposure
- be willing to disclose certain type of information about self
- consider multiple ways of expressing his/her own personality through digital means

- protect care recipients from risks related to their online exposure
- encourage care recipients’ active and safe building of their digital identities