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Declaración de Córdoba sobre el Derecho a la Comunicación

Declaración de Córdoba sobre el Derecho a la Comunicación | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Con este título se conoce al documento derivado del Foro Andaluz de Educación, Comunicación y Ciudadanía celebrado los días 10 y 11 de junio de 2013 en el Rectorado de la Universidad de Córdoba (Es...
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Estudo ERC: Públicos, consumos de noticias e plataformas digitais

Estudo ERC: Públicos, consumos de noticias e plataformas digitais | Educommunication | Scoop.it

Trata-se do primeiro relatório do projeto ERC – Públicos e Consumos de Média, iniciado em finais de 2014 e que tem por objetivo central analisar a evolução dos consumos de média em Portugal. O desenvolvimento deste projeto assenta essencialmente na realização de um inquérito anual a nível nacional (continente e regiões autónomas), através do qual se pretende conhecer os hábitos de consumo de média dos portugueses e a sua evolução. A primeira edição privilegiou a análise dos consumos de notícias em plataformas digitais. 

 

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Millennials would rather have nude photos leaked online than money details: study

Millennials would rather have nude photos leaked online than money details: study | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Which would you prefer: naked pictures of yourself circulating on the Internet or a breach of your financial data?

According to a new U.S. survey from MasterCard, 62 per cent of millennials would rather have their nude photos leaked online than have their financial information stolen or compromised. By contrast, the general population is a little more shy about their bodies: 55 per cent would rather get naked on the Internet than lose financial privacy.
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The Teaching Profession in Europe Practices, Perceptions, and Policies

The full report The Teaching Profession in Europe: Practices, Perceptions, and Policies can be found in English on the Eurydice website: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fpfis/mwikis/eurydice/index.php/Publications:The_Teaching_Profession_in_Europe:_Practices,_Perceptions,_and_Policies

See also Teachers and Education Staff: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fpfis/mwikis/eurydice/index.php/Teachers_and_Education_Staff 

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How Educators Are Starting To Embrace The Concept Of 'Good Screen Time'

How Educators Are Starting To Embrace The Concept Of 'Good Screen Time' | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Video games may not be all bad, and actually could help kids learn about science.
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News literacy: what makes news different

Lecture slides for news literacy at BYU. Based on Center for News Literacy.

"Based on the Stony Brook Model, this course is designed to teach students how to take skillful possession of their power as citizens by becoming perceptive news consumers. Armed with critical-thinking skills, a firm traps of relevant history, plus practical knowledge about the news media, students will learn how to find the reliable information they need to make decisions, take action, or make judgments. At a time when the digital revolution is spawning an unprecedented flood of information and disinformation each day, the course will seek to help students recognize the differences between news and propaganda, news and opinion, bias and fairness, assertion and verification, and evidence and inference. "

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Usages participatifs des technologies et désir d’émancipation : une articulation fragile et paradoxale - Serge Proulx

Usages participatifs des technologies et désir d’émancipation : une articulation fragile et paradoxale - Serge Proulx | Educommunication | Scoop.it
La question de la participation liée à l’idée de démocratisation a été abordée dans la pensée communicationnelle dès la décennie 1970 en Amérique du Nord et en Europe. Cet article propose quelques pistes pour penser l’articulation entre les usages participatifs contemporains des technologies numériques en tant que vecteurs d’émancipation – mais aussi, simultanément, d’aliénation – et un ensemble de pratiques individuelles et collectives visant la construction d’une démocratie cognitive, c’est-à-dire l’édification d’une organisation sociale et politique où l’ensemble des citoyens retrouverait leur plein droit à la connaissance, un droit ayant eu tendance à s’effacer avec la surspécialisation et le morcellement des savoirs causés par les développements disciplinaires des sciences naturelles et sociales. Ces pratiques émergentes visent aujourd’hui localement la constitution de « communs de la connaissance ». Ces nouvelles pratiques collaboratives orientées vers la construction du commun sont le fait de communautés épistémiques qui résistent au processus de transformation de l’information en marchandise, rouage essentiel du capitalisme informationnel.
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World Young Readers Prizes: 5 takeaways from winning newsrooms

World Young Readers Prizes: 5 takeaways from winning newsrooms | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Each year we honor and share the most innovative case studies from news organisations that are successfully connecting with young readers. There are lessons to be drawn from this year's winners writes Aralynn McMane, WAN-IFRA's Executive Director of Youth Engagement and News Literacy.
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La communication numérique dans les cultures adolescentes - Dominique Pasquier

Cet article propose un bilan sélectif des travaux sur les usages de la communication numérique dans les cultures juvéniles en s’intéressant à quatre aspects : la spécificité des dispositifs de communication privilégiés par les jeunes au cours de la décennie 2000 ; le rôle important qu’ils ont joué dans l’exploration de la vie relationnelle ; les dérives qu’ils peuvent entraîner du fait de la publicisation des relations amicales et amoureuses ; et la reconfiguration des réseaux de fans qu’ils ont permise. Enfin, cet article tend à souligner certaines ambivalences de l’intégration du numérique dans la vie quotidienne des jeunes et à inciter à la vigilance devant les versions extrêmement positives de son évolution dans les études récentes sur les communications numériques.
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Padres de familia usan redes sociales para comentar noticias

Padres de familia usan redes sociales para comentar noticias | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Pew Internet ha publicado un estudio que revela cómo usan los padres de familia las redes sociales. El informe precisa que hay un alto índice de empleo de espacios como Twitter y Facebook para encontrar información sobre la crianza de hijos.

Los padres están de acuerdo con que las redes sociales sirven para conectarse con gente. El 81% lo hace para responder a buenas noticias y de este grupo la mayoría es madre.

El 74% ingresa a espacios sociales para conseguir apoyo de sus amigos. Y el 71% trata de responder alguna pregunta posteada por algún conocido.
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Reimagining, not diluting the BBC

Reimagining, not diluting the BBC | Educommunication | Scoop.it

Michael Klontzas looks at the green paper BBC from a longer term perspective, arguing that the broadcaster is being used as an instrument of public policy.

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Parenting in a world of social and technological transformation

Parenting in a world of social and technological transformation | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Credit: B. Talbot, CC BY-NC 2.0 S. Craig Watkins argues that the home can serve as a rich and vibrant space for learning and his research looks at the role of technology in parenting. As social and...
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ABC, BBC and the future of public service media

ABC, BBC and the future of public service media | Educommunication | Scoop.it
If one didn’t know better, one might think that right-of-centre governments in both Australia and the United Kingdom are working in lockstep to undermine the long-established and hugely popular public…
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A Million Kids in the UK Will Get This Tiny Computer

A Million Kids in the UK Will Get This Tiny Computer | Educommunication | Scoop.it
WAY BACK IN 1981, the BBC gave almost every school in the United Kingdom a computer. The BBC Micro, made by Acorn Computers, was a beige box that looked a lot like a typewriter and taught children how to code. Like the Commodore 64, the Micro ushered in a wave of computer literacy among kids who came of age in the 1980s.

In October, BBC Learning will launch its first digital literacy project since the Micro when it gives every student in Year 7 (11- and 12-year-olds) a credit card-sized BBC Micro:bit computer. The new device, unveiled this week, is the result of a massive, multi-year collaboration between the BBC and 29 partners ranging from Samsung and Microsoft to ARM and Technology Will Save Us, which designed the Micro:bit.
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L’éducation aux médias un moyen de renforcer le pouvoir d’agir des citoyens

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Pierre Calmard (iProspect) : "Les médias perdent en influence au profit de Google et Facebook"

Pierre Calmard (iProspect) : "Les médias perdent en influence au profit de Google et Facebook" | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Le patron de l'agence iProspect et auteur de "L'homme à venir" revient sur la genèse de sa réflexion philosophique sur l'influence du digital dans notre vie de tous les jours et les enseignements qu'il en tire pour les marques.
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Creative game literacy : a study of interactive media based on film literacy experience

Creative game literacy : a study of interactive media based on film literacy experience | Educommunication | Scoop.it

"En este estudio hemos analizado el estado actual de la alfabetización mediática prestando especial atención al cine y los videojuegos. Hemos intentado analizar si algunos de los problemas encontrados a lo largo de la historia de la alfabetización cinematográfica han existido también en el proceso de la alfabetización en los videojuegos, intentando unificar ambas visiones para captar la atención de las personas que trabajan en el campo de los videojuegos. Para ello, el estudio abarca la alfabetización en los videojuegos en dos dimensiones, la dimensión cultural y la dimensión creativa. La dimensión cultural se define a partir de los enfoques críticos y educacionales y la creativa mediante el diseño y la programación. Estas investigaciones se han llevado a cabo sin dejar de lado la perspectiva de la alfabetización cinematográfica. Hemos descubierto que la alfabetización en los videojuegos tiene una fuerte tendencia hacia el enfoque cultural, sobre todo la vertiente educativa, y que los riesgos que plantea el enfoque crítico presentan problemas similares a los que se registran en los estudios sobre el cine. En cuanto a la dimensión creativa, hemos advertido una falta de inversión para el estudio y la investigación de prácticas de diseño y programación. En conclusión, creemos que la alfabetización en los videojuegos necesita un nivel de motivación. Estimamos urgente la implantación de una perspectiva de alfabetización basada en el diseño creativo y la programación, poniendo especial énfasis en el desarrollo del enfoque comunicativo.


Creative game literacy : a study of interactive media based on film literacy experience. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/277158142_Creative_game_literacy__a_study_of_interactive_media_based_on_film_literacy_experience [accessed Jul 28, 2015]."

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The popularisation of media studies as a factor in media literacy

The popularisation of media studies as a factor in media literacy | Educommunication | Scoop.it
The study of media and communication has not only proved to be rather an attractive field of inquiry in the humanities and social sciences; it has also been accepted and exploited by other academic fields. Furthermore, its results are also applied in many other fields of activity, starting with political communication and advertising and ending up with media education programmes that have become part of the curriculum in elementary and secondary schools in many countries. With the development of the concept of “media literacy”, media and communication studies now faces a rather urgent task: to organise its knowledge and expertise in order to make them useful and understandable to a wider audience, including specific audiences (for instance children and seniors), to communicate chosen facts, concepts and findings in an acceptable way and, last not least, to restructure the academic activities of media studies to meet the needs of the general public.
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Screen Addiction Is Taking a Toll on Children

Screen Addiction Is Taking a Toll on Children | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Excessive use of computer games among young people in China appears to be taking an alarming turn and may have particular relevance for American parents whose children spend many hours a day focused on electronic screens. The documentary “Web Junkie,” to be shown next Monday on PBS, highlights the tragic effects on teenagers who become hooked on video games, playing for dozens of hours at a time often without breaks to eat, sleep or even use the bathroom. Many come to view the real world as fake.
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Contextualizing Corporate Kids: Kinderculture as Cultural Pedagogy

Consumer culture has an overwhelming impact on the young consumer generation. International corporations often focus on children and youth for a major part of their income generation. This focus is a component of the changing nature of society. Instead of consumers discovering their own wants and needs, corporations create and dictate exactly what people want. This article discusses how media and corporation-generated consumption have helped to form what I call the new childhood. My analysis investigates the footprints of power created by the corporate producers of kinderculture and the effects on the psyches of our children and youth. The understanding of kinderculture can create democratic pedagogies for cultural, personal, and school levels of society.
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The Second International Scientific-practical Conference «Media Literacy and Media Education: Digital Media for Future»

The Second International Scientific-practical Conference «Media Literacy and Media Education: Digital Media for Future» | Educommunication | Scoop.it

The School of Media of the Higher School of Economics is pleased to announce it will be holding The Second International Scientific-practical Conference Media Literacy and Media Education: Digital Media for Future,  at the Higher School of Economics on November 26-28, 2015.
(...) The Russian Ministry of Communications included Media Education in its list of priorities for developing the media space. Media Literacy should be part of the media ecosystem and education, and News Literacy (a new concept for Russia and in education) should help to develop the audience’s critical thinking and critical autonomy.

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MÁSTER DE COMUNICACIÓN Y EDUCACIÓN AUDIOVISUAL - Universidad de Huelva

MÁSTER DE COMUNICACIÓN Y EDUCACIÓN AUDIOVISUAL - Universidad de Huelva | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Reconocido por el Ministerio de Educación como Título Oficial (BOE 305 de 2010), destinado especialmente a los profesionales de la rama de Comunicación (periodistas y comunicadores) y a los profesionales de la rama de Educación (maestros y profesores), así como a todos aquellos ciudadanos preocupados por los fenómenos mediáticos y tecnológicos en el nuevo contexto de la sociedad del conocimiento. En el curso 2015/16 se impartirá la sexta edición.

El universo de la comunicación requiere cada vez más en la actualidad de un enfoque ético y educativo; asimismo, la educación necesita de las herramientas tecnológicas y mediáticas para mejorar su calidad. La confluencia de la comunicación y la educación, la educomunicación, será, sin duda, como avalan los organismos internacionales (UNESCO, ONU, Parlamento Europeo), clave para el fomento de una ciudadanía más democrática, responsable y crítica. La formación de educomunicadores es el eje central de este Posgrado Internacional.
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What does it mean for children to have a ‘voice’ in research?

What does it mean for children to have a ‘voice’ in research? | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Credit: S. Ottovordemgentschenfelde Adults such as researchers, parents, teachers, etc. often speak for children and it is important, despite difficult, to figure out effective ways to hear childre...
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Reimagining, not diluting the BBC in the next decade

Reimagining, not diluting the BBC in the next decade | Educommunication | Scoop.it

"Last week the government published a report
that challenged the fundamental values of the BBC. The corporation must now defend its autonomy and articulate a renewed public purpose for the 21st Century. "

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Usages et usagers de l’information numérique

"Usages et usagers de l’information numérique" est le titre d'un dossier de la Revue française des sciences de l'information et de la communication

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