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Media literacy education in action : theoretical and pedagogical perspectives / edited by Belinha S. De Abreu and Paul Mihailidis.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2014
Publication:
New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014.
Format:
  • Book
  • xxx, 243 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • Media literacy: an incomplete project / Julian McDougall
  • Voices of media literacy / Tessa Jolls, Barbara J. Walkosz, Dee Morgenthaler
  • Media literacy education in Ontario / Neil Andersen
  • A case for curation as a media literacy imperative for participatory culture / Paul Mihailidis
  • Lessons learned from Amanda Baggs: implications for new media literacies education / Margaret Carmody Hagood
  • Visualization as a new media literacy / Erin Reilly
  • The world is a village: conceptualizing uses of new media in "flat classrooms" / William Kist
  • Towards a European network for media literacy: a Nordic perspective on challenges in a global society / Per Lundgren
  • Media literacy through arts education in Australia / Michael Dezuanni, Annette Woods
  • Sowing the seeds of digital and media literacy in Lebanon and the Arab world: the importance of a locally grown and sustainable curriculum / Jad P. Melki
  • Hong Kong media education in the Web 2.0 era: engaging with the net generation / Alice Y.L. Lee
  • Towards the integration of media and information literacy: a rationale for a twenty-first-century approach / Marcus Leaning
  • A promising future: U.S. public libraries as informal media literacy educators / Denise E. Agosto, Rachel M. Magee
  • School libraries, media literacy and the potential for civic engagement / Gayle Bogel
  • Why media arts curriculum standards could improve media arts and critical media literacy in K-12 settings / Amy Petersen Jensen
  • What are we really teaching?: outline for an activist media literacy education / Katherine G. Fry
  • Should I really kill my television?: negotiating common ground among media literacy scholars, educators, and activists / Lori Bindig, James Castonguay
  • Shrinking the divide: solving social inequalities through media literacy education / Nick Pernisco --Game-based civic learning in public participation processes / Eric Gordon, Steven Schirra
  • On the difficulties of promoting media literacy / Sonia Livingstone, Yin-Han Wang
  • Media literacy education: a requirement for today's digital citizens / Frank Gallagher
  • Emerging from K-12 future shock: how to blend digital and media literacy into the common core standards / Rhys Daunic
  • Grasping the complexities of U.S. educational policy and the classroom: how to move media literacy education forward / Belinha S. De Abreu
  • Media literacy preparation in undergraduate teacher training: an American and Australian perspective / David M. Considine and Michael M. Considine
  • Rhetoric in a new key: media literacy education for the twenty-first-century university / Gretchen Schwarz
  • International media and informational literacy: a conceptual framework / Art Silverblatt, Yupa Saisanan Na Ayudhya, Kit Jenkins.
Contributor:
De Abreu, Belinha S., editor.
Mihailidis, Paul, 1978- editor.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780415658348
0415658349
9780415658379
0415658373

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