Transmedia Literacy International Conference will be held on March 22-24, 2018 in Barcelona. This event brings together a vibrant and global community of media and education researchers and innovators.
The #SaferInternet4EU Awards competition is open to applications in the following categories: best practice competition for 1) organisations, 2) teachers, 3) youth.
Celebrating its tenth edition, "The Bridges of Media Education" aims at gathering researchers from the Western Balkans region and from Europe in exchange of scientific knowledge and experience. Thematically oriented towards regional challenges and questions brought by digital technologies, the conference enables discussions about global processes in the light of local specificities.
UNAOC and IOM invite youth under 25 from around the world to submit original and creative videos focusing on the PLURAL+ theme of migration, diversity and social inclusion. Deadline is June 3rd.
We need a renaissance of thought leadership, advocacy, and investment in building critical thinking skills and especially critical information consumption skills. Emerging initiatives for building information literacy skills show promise but remain paltry and sporadic.
Deadline for registration is Feb. 14.
Registration is free.
A very limited number of travel bursaries will be available.
The IPI reporting project Contending with “Fake News” explores the dynamic around the “fake news” debate in five EU countries and profiles five initiatives that have adopted innovative solutions to addressing disinformation and building trust in fact-based journalism.
This report by Nic Newman, published by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, looks ahead at the trends in media and technology that will shape the news industry in 2018.
Czech journalists believe media education is increasingly important in an era of fake news. Media education is already part of the country’s school curriculum and many journalists work with schools to develop students’ understanding of the news process.