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Media Literacy Reference
The work we present here is part of the analyses we carried out within the framework of the thesis project: Analysis of the didactic model of the Museos Vivos project: a case study in new media literacy. At its core, Museos Vivos (Living Museums) was about developing proposals that allowed...
Media Literacy Reference
The increasing global ubiquity of mobile phones has called into question their efficacy as dynamic tools for engagement and participation in daily life. While there is little argument in their growth as primary communication tools, scholars have actively debated their role as conduits for dynamic and diverse, information flow. This...
Media Literacy Reference
It has been said that Web 2.0 is changing the way students learn. The time of the teacher as the primary source of information is a relic of the past. The role of the educator, as a result of new media, has changed substantially from one that is focused on...
Media Literacy Reference
The ubiquitous media landscape today is reshaping what it means to be an engaged citizen. Normative metrics for engagement—voting, attending town meetings, participation in civic groups—are eroding in the context of online advocacy, social protest, “liking,” sharing, and remixing. These new avenues for engagement offer vast opportunities for new and...
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