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Media Literacy Reference
Information and communication technologies (ICT) are imposing a radical reform in journalism and media education. Without a strategic, participatory pedagogical vision, journalism and media literacy will not work to the advantage of the plan for a democratic and inclusive information society. By the same token, they will be unable to...
Media Literacy Reference
Information Literacy means the integration of the ability of how to discover, analysis, organize, disseminate and create knowledge. There are three layers in information literacy: idea, technology and content. Information literacy is the combination of culture literacy, computer literacy, Internet literacy and media literacy. As a basic literacy for a...
Media Literacy Reference
The goal of this proposal is to channel technological convergence and to find imaginative outlets in order to provide access to information and knowledge to the growing sectors of society. The combination of libraries, information centers, and communication media as a dissemination tool could be the key element to reduce...
Media Literacy Reference
Nowadays, information is one of the main resources for an individual's development and wellbeing, therefore distributing and using information must be a top priority for society. This entails establishing strategies so people can learn to use this resource. Furthermore, scientific progress and present-day educational paradigms stress trans-disciplinary learning. Information and...
Media Literacy Reference
The promotion of media literacy as way of increasing access to the range of services available via today's media and communication technologies is currently an emphasis in Europe's information society policy debates. The notion of media literacy heralds a shift in the communications policy arena, especially with regard to media...
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