Teachers' digital competencies have become a fundamental factor in the success of education in the information age. The objective of this research is to evaluate the digital competencies of university professors in teaching online classes in the area of information systems in Latin American universities. The research model was based on the framework proposed by Redecker (2017), called "DigCompEdu," and used the instrument developed by the European Commission, digCompEdu Check-In, which was adapted for subsequent application. The results of the analysis indicated that most professors have digital skills corresponding to levels B1 and B2. The main gaps in digital competencies by area occur in teaching and learning and developing students' digital competencies.