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Working Title 218 - Special Topics in Media Literacy By Rob Larson
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a collection of Media Literacy essays Edited by Ashley Johnholtz Sophia Anderson Cover by Whitley Mike Special Thanks Andrew Shreyer (c)MMXII CSP, SEP, SC LLC; all rights reserved
Smart Journalism. Presentations. New Media Literacy for Media Professionals Part 1 By Andrej Školkay, Iliana Franklin, Bissera Zankova
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This publication is a compendium of presentations from several seminars titled ''New Media Literacy for Media Professionals'' organized during the period 2012 - 2014 by four European partners:... More > Škola komunikácie a médií from Slovakia, Foundation for the Promotional of Social Inclusion from Malta, Asociatia pentru Comunicare Vizuala VIDEOVEST from Romania and Media21 Foundation from Bulgaria. The research was sponsored by the LIFE-LONG LEARNING PROGRAMME of the EC LEONARDO DA VINCI Partnerships in order to bring an insight into some serious issues related to media literacy in the new digital media environment< Less
Participation Literacy Journal By Ellen-Maria Leijonhufvud
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Final project for Participation Literacy Fall 09
Participation Literacy Journal By Ellen-Maria Leijonhufvud
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Final project for Participation Literacy Fall 09
Learning Journal - Participation Literacy By Calvin Stowell
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Learning Journal
Learning Journal - Participation Literacy By Calvin Stowell
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Reflections of the Media By Cherry Street Publications
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Reflections of the Media archives the chronology of the media, from the first manifestations of primitive anthropogenic communication on cave walls, to the presupposed actualization of a greater than... More > human super-intelligence, realizing a technological singularity. Reflections of the Media is an archaeological investigation through the eons of human existence aimed at discovering the origins of the media and their impact on civilizations of both antiquity and modernity. Through accounts of ancient inceptions of mass media, the five major media revolutions (print, film, radio, television, and personal computing), and the controversial highlight of a technological singularity, Reflections of the Media investigates the formulation of mass media as both a truthful and deceptive force, offering a dialectical conversation in the discourse of critical media theory.< Less
Collaborative Unit Literacy Lesson Plans By Heather Turner
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This is a collection of collaborative unit lesson plans for Library Media Specialists in Elementary, Middle, and High Schools (up to 10th grade). These were created by Library Media students for a... More > final project. Part of the assignment included collaborating with other teachers. Enjoy.< Less
Collaborative Unit Literacy Lesson Plans By Heather Turner
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This is a collection of collaborative unit lesson plans for Library Media Specialists in Elementary, Middle, and High Schools (up to 10th grade). These were created by Library Media students for a... More > final project. Part of the assignment included collaborating with other teachers. Enjoy.< Less
News Literacy, Informed Citizens and Consumer-Driven Media: The Future Landscape of American Journalism By Caroline Elizabeth Klibanoff
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Today, Americans face the challenge of information overload through increasingly accessible mediums, making it harder to identify valuable information and to move fluently and efficiently through... More > social media, news and entertainment platforms. And yet, because of this profound connectivity, user engagement levels are at an all-time high. Individual consumers have more power than ever to shape the changing digital world and demand high-quality information merely by connecting with news sources online. It is of utmost importance, then, that this very consumer class is as informed and educated as possible in regards to the value of accurate, verified journalism and high-quality reporting, in order to demand a better journalistic product and to fulfill the American ideal of an informed, engaged citizenry.< Less