Digital Culture and New Professional Roles: regional challenges


This work proposes a review of the new trends in the world of labour, its relation to services, knowledge management and the use of new technologies. In this context, the challenge that current education faces is reviewed. The paper proposes a framework of analysis for those skills and competencies that would contribute to train an e-competent, adaptable and continuously learning worker.


e-competencies, knowledge worker, new technologies, knowledge society, education


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