Media and Learning 2014

From passive to active use of media in teaching and learning

Come to Brussels and share your experience in media literacy and education with practitioners, policy-makers and stakeholders from all over Europe and beyond. Find out about the networks and cross-border initiatives that are exploring ways to make learning more creative, inclusive and effective.


Conference news and highlights

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Jalons pour l’Histoire du temps

INA in France is responsible for the backup, recovery and transmission of French audiovisual heritage and has a long...
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INA in France is responsible for the backup, recovery and transmission of French audiovisual heritage and has a long experience of providing audiovisual resources and materials to French schools. Elsa Coupard from INA will be talking about some of their recent offers including ‘Jalons pour l’Histoire du temps’.

appPEACE at the Media & Learning Conference 2014

Jordi Torrent from UNAOC will demonstrate and talk about appPEACE [1], an initiative of the UNAOC in partnership with...
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Jordi Torrent from UNAOC will demonstrate and talk about appPEACE, an initiative of the UNAOC in partnership with UNDP that invites app and video game developers to create apps or mobile games designed to generate new opportunities for intercultural dialogue and conflict prevention.

Development of digital media literacy at any age

Paul Chilsen from Carthage College in Wisconsin, USA will be traveling to Brussels to share his experience and...
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Paul Chilsen from Carthage College in Wisconsin, USA will be traveling to Brussels to share his experience and knowledge about supporting the development of digital media literacy at any age.

MOOCs

Video plays an important role in most MOOCs although opinion is often divided about how to get the most out of video...
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Video plays an important role in most MOOCs although opinion is often divided about how to get the most out of video in the different types of MOOCs that we are increasingly available. Mart Achten and Bas Bergervoet from KU Leuven, Belgium, Ben Hertz, European Schoolnet Academy and Jack Koumi, UK, will be comparing experiences and sharing best practice.

Open Media Archives Toolkit

The Open Media Archives Toolkit [1] enables teachers to move beyond simply accessing open media resources to create...
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The Open Media Archives Toolkit enables teachers to move beyond simply accessing open media resources to create new designs for learning. Theo Kuechel from the UK will take participants through a demonstration of this tool kit and will show examples of how it can be used in class to create high quality learning experiences using video archives and other open resources.

More programming in schools

Matteo Zacchetti from the Media Literacy unit of the European Commission* will put forward his views on the...
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Matteo Zacchetti from the Media Literacy unit of the European Commission* will put forward his views on the increasing call for more programming in schools and how this relates to the development of competences and skills generally in the area of media.

*Website

SmaaP: Small media productions in all subjects in school

Sign up for the SmaaP: Small media productions in all subjects in school master class which will be led by Torben...
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Sign up for the SmaaP: Small media productions in all subjects in school master class which will be led by Torben Larsen and Susanne Wad from Station Next in Denmark. In this master class you will be invited to create small media productions using the new site www.SmaaP.dk, an online tool consisting of self-instructing learning activities.

Europeana

Jill Cousins is Executive Director of Europeana, the multi-lingual online collection of millions of digitized items...
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Jill Cousins is Executive Director of Europeana, the multi-lingual online collection of millions of digitized items from European museums, libraries, archives and multi-media collections. Join us to take a look with Jill at Europeana’s WW1 offer and learn more about its use in education.

Magic Valley

Miklos Császár from the National Media and Infocommunications Authority [1] in Hungary will be talking about the new...
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Miklos Császár from the National Media and Infocommunications Authority in Hungary will be talking about the new media literacy centre in Hungary called Magic Valley and describing the impact this centre is having on media education generally in Hungary.

Special Online World War 1

Susanne Friz from the Institut für Film und Bild [1] (FWU) in Germany will be showing extracts from the Special...
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Susanne Friz from the Institut für Film und Bild (FWU) in Germany will be showing extracts from the Special Online World War 1 Feature made available for schools in Germany and explaining some of the background as to how this and other FWU materials are used by teachers in schools.

Exploring Games for Learning

Well known educational gaming expert Maja Pivec from FH JOANNEUM in Austria will be giving a talk entitled ‘Exploring...
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Well known educational gaming expert Maja Pivec from FH JOANNEUM in Austria will be giving a talk entitled ‘Exploring Games for Learning’ which will be used to kick-start a discussion about creating effective learning games.

Cross-sector partnerships

There is considerable potential in cross-sector partnerships to unlock funding and creativity for media literacy...
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There is considerable potential in cross-sector partnerships to unlock funding and creativity for media literacy projects. Martina Chapman from Mercury Insights in the UK will be leading a session exploring different examples of cross-sector partnerships

The Sack of Leuven

The Sack of Leuven* is a documentary about the fire that devastated the renowned library of the Catholic University...
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The Sack of Leuven* is a documentary about the fire that devastated the renowned library of the Catholic University of Leuven in WW1, considered across the globe by many to be a crime against culture. We will be showing this documentary in its entirety and discussing with its makers how it is being used in Flemish schools.

*Website

Film Literacy Europe

The first set of film club pilots in schools using new film streaming technology are taking place in Romania, Spain...
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The first set of film club pilots in schools using new film streaming technology are taking place in Romania, Spain and Cyprus, join Mark Higham from Film Literacy Europe* to talk about plans and progress.

*http://www.filmclub.org/

Using video to engage distance learners

Southampton Solent University* in the UK houses an expert centre on using video to engage distance learners, Andrew...
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Southampton Solent University* in the UK houses an expert centre on using video to engage distance learners, Andrew Doig & Steve Hogg will be describing the way they work with academics and how they maximize the video quality of their educational production while still managing to work with the types of constraints facing all Universities nowadays.

*Website

Media Education Towards Media Literacy

Prof Vitor Reia-Baptista from the University of Algarve in Portugal will be sharing his thoughts on the changing...
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Prof Vitor Reia-Baptista from the University of Algarve in Portugal will be sharing his thoughts on the changing nature of media literacy in a contemporary world during his keynote presentation entitled “Media Education Towards Media Literacy”.

Innovation in technology enhanced learning

One of the pre-conference workshops offered to conference participants will be a half day event co-organised with the...
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One of the pre-conference workshops offered to conference participants will be a half day event co-organised with the HoTEL project which is all about designing, developing and testing a support model for innovation in technology enhanced learning. During this workshop, participants explore what constitutes innovation in a learning context.

Copyright Restrictions as a challenge

Copyright restrictions pose a big challenge to everyone interested in showing more films in schools. The agenda will...
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Copyright restrictions pose a big challenge to everyone interested in showing more films in schools. The agenda will feature a discussion on the current copyright legal framework and the ongoing review at EU level

Why and how do explanation videos work?

Jörn Loviscach [1] from Fachhochschule Bielefeld (University of Applied Sciences) in Germany will explore the...
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Jörn Loviscach from Fachhochschule Bielefeld (University of Applied Sciences) in Germany will explore the question ‘Why and how do explanation videos work?’ in his presentation that will analyse the differences between what have become known as ‘Khan-style” explanation videos, educational TV and traditional lecture recordings.

Media literacy in Serbian schools

Tijana Femić and her colleagues in Novosadska Novinarska Skola*, Serbia are keen to work with teachers and policy-...
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Tijana Femić and her colleagues in Novosadska Novinarska Skola*, Serbia are keen to work with teachers and policy-makers in Serbia to improve the level of media literacy in Serbian schools and she will be talking about the progress they have made so far.

*Website

Pecha kucha session

Media and Learning will feature a pecha kucha session featuring European projects and initiatives actively engaged in...
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Media and Learning will feature a pecha kucha session featuring European projects and initiatives actively engaged in developing products and services related to the 2014 conference themes.
Projects participating include Video for All, NEST, ViduSign, eLene2learn and the Common European Framework of Reference in Visual Literacy.

Moving Cinema

Núria Aidelman and her colleagues from A Bao A Qu Associació* in Barcelona are in the process of launching a new Film...
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Núria Aidelman and her colleagues from A Bao A Qu Associació* in Barcelona are in the process of launching a new Film Literacy project called Moving Cinema and will be talking about the project as well as the work of their nonprofit cultural association dedicated to the conception and development of projects that link education and artistic creation.

*Website

Open Educational Video Resources

Sofia Papadimitriou from the Educational Radio-Television Dept. of the Ministry of Education in Greece will describe...
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Sofia Papadimitriou from the Educational Radio-Television Dept. of the Ministry of Education in Greece will describe how her department has gone about creating and making available a large body of Open Educational Video Resources for Greek schools. Part of this work has involved reusing and remixing EduTV’s traditional science videos – making them available in a new format.

Big Bang Lab

Join Sergio López Figueroa from the Big Bang Lab [1] in the UK as he talks about and demonstrates some of the...
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Join Sergio López Figueroa from the Big Bang Lab in the UK as he talks about and demonstrates some of the remembrance projects he and his team are leading in the UK which are based on the use of media resources.


20 - 21 November 2014 Flemish Ministry of Education Headquarters, Brussels #mlconf14
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