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If you read any news story about "fake news" in the past four years, you no doubt came across the phrase "media literacy." From the various news stories and blog posts, I have compiled the following recommendations and advice. (NOTE: lesson plans, handouts and related videos are posted near the…
caitlin saved to graded unit
This week UNESCO launched a framework illustrating its Five Laws of Media and Information Literacy (MIL). This global strategy marries the large, but often separated, disciplines of information literacy and media literacy and creates a common vocabulary for folks in multiple areas of knowledge to engage in conversation. It also positions these critical literacies as […]
Catherine Winkler saved to EdTech
Give information the CRAAP test! Check its validity with these questions. Is it current? -Was it written recently enough to be accurate? -Has it been revised or updated? -Do the links work? Is it relevant? -Does the information relate to your topic or answer your question? -Who is the intended audience? -Have you checked other sources to make sure yours is the most relevant to your topic? Is it authoritative? -Who wrote, published, or publicized it? – What makes the author an expert? -Are…
Erin Duane saved to Librarian Stuff
Just some idle charting on the concepts of information literacy, media literacy, critical thinking, etc. This is simply one (librarian-centric) possible model of these concepts. The idea is all the other literacies (media literacy, 21st cent literacy, ICT, translit, etc.) involve interacting with information in one form or another, so "information literacy" acts as the umbrella under which all the others sit.
Debbie Fucoloro saved to Media & Digital Literacy
With media sources being so divided - many favoring either the left or the right in American politics - it's more important
Sorozcoescobar saved to Media literary
This link discusses the emotional power of images and their ability to compel us. It also covers the importance of visual literacy skills to the individual, where "[b]eing visually literate is just as important as reading and writing and should be considered a fundamental literacy of a 21st Century education." PBworks. (2007). Communicating visually in the 21st century. Retrieved from http://visuallit.pbworks.com/w/page/13666625/Communicating Visually
Irish Orchid saved to Visual Literacy
Virtual courses allowing educators to explore a relevant topic over 5–6 weeks. Participants actively engage with course materials and colleagues, expanding their own knowledge, skills, and dispositions, and developing customized educational resources.
Jv saved to modulo art