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Media Literacy Reference
This article explores intertextuality as a technique that can be used to bridge old and new media literacies for teachers and students who hope to move beyond the textbook model of instruction into a world of online resources, flexible pedagogies and innovative designs for learning. These include the uses of...
Media Literacy Reference
Starting from two experiences focused on exploring ways to direct permanent and collaborative learning using digital content, we outline ways of learning that are fed by the Internet's culture of participation. The first experience is based on the content produced for various Summer Courses at the University of the Basque...
Media Literacy Reference
Today’s employers seek high levels of creativity, communication, and critical thinking, which are considered essential skills in the workplace. Engaging undergraduate students in critical thinking is especially challenging in introductory courses. The advent of YouTube, inexpensive video cameras, and easy-to-use video editors provides opportunities to increase students’ skill levels in...
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