INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA AND INFORMATION LITERACY
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It is more than just reading and writing – it's the way we communicate in society. It concerns social activities and interactions, information, language and culture.29
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It is more than just reading and writing – it's the way we communicate in society. It concerns social activities and interactions, information, language and culture.
Media and Information Literacy (MIL) recognizes the functions of media and information sources in our personal lives and in democratic societies.
At the heart of media and information literacy lies the need to empower citizens with essential knowledge about the functions of media and information systems in democratic societies, under what conditions these functions can be performed and how citizens can evaluate the quality of the content they provide.
It is the ability to recognize when the information is needed and to locate, evaluate, communicate and effectively use information in its various formats.
It is the ability to responsibly use appropriate technology to communicate, solve problems, access, manage integrate, evaluate design and create information to improve learning in all subject area, and acquire lifelong knowledge and skills in the 21st century.
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