A better digital world starts with us
Join more than 28.000 certified Colombians and 40.000 trained in Digital Citizenship!
Soy Digital is a global program developed by Meta (formerly Facebook) together with Impacto TIC In colombia.
It is designed to provide the fundamental digital skills that Colombians need to be responsible digital citizens, as well as guidelines for critical thinking - key to dealing with misinformation and fake news - empathy and digital discourse.
Meet I'm Digital
It is a free training and inspiration program in Digital Citizenship of Facebook and Impacto TIC.
In its first season, it trained 18.000 Colombians and certified 11.000 of them as digital citizens.
It consists of 10 modules distributed in 3 sessions of 3 hours duration, which are taught live and online by trainers of Impacto TIC and digital leaders from Colombia.
Internet and Digital Citizenship
Module 1. What is the Internet for?
Module 2. Your fingerprint
Module 3. Protect your digital identity
Module 4. Communicate respectfully and effectively
Module 5. Create positive relationships online
Critical thinking and fake news
Module 6. Become a critical thinker
Module 7. Fake news, how to fight them?
Module 8. WhatsApp and how to verify the information
Digital business and content creation
Module 6. Become a critical thinker
Module 9: Be a Responsible Content Creator
Module 10: Discover the power of citizen journalism
Contents on Digital Citizenship
This is how Colombians perceive the Internet and the .CO domain, according to a study by .CO Internet.
Hand in hand with #SoyDigital, Colombia has more responsible Internet users
How through example, our children can be good digital citizens?
Dirty campaign between candidates, #NoticiasTIC and more content on Technology, Innovation and Science
Guidelines to successfully overcome the migration process to digital spaces
Let's talk about sexting, consent, characteristics, risks and tips
How to enjoy and take advantage of social networks without losing productivity?
Women with disabilities, a double challenge to achieve inclusion
VPN, a good tool to protect your privacy
#NosMovemos: Smart Cities require female perspectives
Mijos, you who do know, help strengthen the digital appropriation of older adults
Digital responsibilities and challenges in the Colombian social outbreak – ContraTIC
Cryptography for anonymity, to "protect privacy and life"
Colombia, towards the social appropriation of knowledge in Technology, Innovation and Science
National Strike and the challenge of understanding and facing its digital phenomena
Myths and 'digital' truths during the National Strike
National Unemployment Colombia: Activism in the digital age
The future of WhatsApp and business messaging platforms
Roblox, the best kept secret of the new generations
What do Colombian girls, boys and adolescents see on the Internet and on television?
Didactic tools to teach Digital Citizenship to the new generations
Youths! How much do they do with that cell phone?
With computers and notebooks, an engineer empowers rural communities in Cauca
Why is the message that prohibits Facebook from using what you post is useless
What do haters have on their minds? - #DigitalCitizenship
How to handle digital bullying and still enjoy social media
Get involved for a PS5 using your digital skills
Rights and duties that are key to exercising as Digital Citizens
This is how Digital Citizenship goes in Latin America
I am Digital Colombia, an opportunity to catch up with Digital Citizenship
More digital citizens are needed, native or not
Facebook and Impacto TIC They bring Soy Digital to Colombia
10 benefits and characteristics of a Digital Citizen
How to lead a healthy digital life, free from disorders and diseases
Networking, the time to bring out your digital label
What is a digital citizen?
Fernando MuñozManaging Director
Co-founder and project manager of Impacto TIC. Technology, innovation and business journalist. Consultant in content-based communications strategies. Journalistic Content Marketing Specialist.
Mauricio Jaramillo MarinAcademic director
Co-founder and journalistic director of Impacto TIC. Lecturer, consultant and trainer in digital, journalism and technology issues in Colombia and Latin America.
Juan Felipe SuarezTrainer and Academic Coordinator
Ecologist passionate about education, as well as the dissemination and appropriation of knowledge, with experiences in environmental issues and their relationship with technology and social networks. In addition, he is co-founder of EcoChuspa, an environmental outreach venture.
Mary Camila GomezTrainer
Social communicator and journalist from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, with experience in digital communication, writing, management of social networks and strategic alliances, and experience in training in digital and communication issues.
Bachelor's degree in Child Pedagogy with an emphasis on research, and with an ongoing specialization in Childhood, Culture and Development. She is a mentor, teacher and trainer with more than 10 years of experience.
Systems Engineer, with extensive experience in the field of education, training teachers, parents and students in the management of ICT in programs that contribute to closing the digital divide, such as Computers to Educate, Redvolución and ProFuturo.
Sonia Caroline GilFormadora
Degree in Communication and Educational Informatics, with a master's degree in e-Learning. She has been a face-to-face teacher and virtual tutor, and has participated in the creation of learning environments mediated by the use of ICT.
Claudia Marcela GomezAdministrative leader
Professional business Administration. In charge of the administrative processes of Soy Digital and of supporting the management of the program.