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MEDEAnet webinar: Remembrance education and the role of media

Remembrance is an integral part of nowadays western society. Societies experienced defining tragedies, and likewise modern nations have a certain responsibility for crimes that happened in the past. Recognizing this and discussing appropriate ways to deal with it is part of remembrance or civic education. Of course, also in this field media can help to support innovative types of learning and teaching.
This webinar took place on Thursday 18 September 2014, 4-5pm CET and was attended by 42 participants from 17 countries.

The first speaker was Tim Plyming, Executive Producer for BBC Learning. He talked about what the BBC has been doing both the formal and informal learning space.
The second speaker was Elsa Coupard, editorial coordinator at Ina Hypermedia Studio She presented INA, National Audiovisual Institute, which is a repository of all French radio and television audiovisual archives.

To see the discussion linked to this webinar go to http://www.media-and-learning.eu/content/remembrance-education-and-the-r...

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Competitive Strategies of Media Companies & International Media Strategies

Topics that the video lecture with presentation cover:
• Key tools for media companies how to analyze markets and industries and develop their strategies
• Different strategic options by media companies
• International strategic options and entry mode choices

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Media Economics Methods

Topics that the video lecture with presentation will cover:
• What are the sources of information for media economists on media companies, media markets, and media industries?
• How does one analyze companies, markets, and industries?

eduMedia Share: multimedia content for teachers and students

eduMedia Share is a cool place for teachers to host and share visual and interactive resources. At eduMedia Share you can:
Upload your media (images, animations, videos), Discover and download interesting resources

SignMedia - Interactive learning resource

This is a website for Deaf Media Professionals who want to improve their written English skills. An online learning resource that teaches elements of broadcast media industry-specific English through Sign Language video and interactive tasks.
The video narrative and gameplay immerses learners into an alternative reality where learners start to work for the fictional Deaf production company Sunrise Media Productions as the production manager for the soap opera ‘Beautiful Days’.

The resource has been designed primarily as a vocational tool for Deaf media professionals, but can also benefit Deaf media students and other Sign Language users who wish to develop their written English at an intermediate level or learn media specific signs. Hearing people with a professional or personal interest in sign languages can also benefit from an extensive Sign Language glossary of Media terminology – the first of its kind.
The Learning Tool is signed in British, Italian and Austrian Sign Languages.

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Christine Jolly, international SignMedia project, lead by the University of Wolverhampton (UK).

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MIL - Media and Information Literacy

The United Nations Alliance of Civilization (UNAOC) and UNESCO have joined efforts developing a multi-lingual clearinghouse focusing on Media and Information Literacy (MIL). The clearinghouse’s aims at facilitating access to MIL resources on any language, creating at the same time a global network of MIL practitioners. Content can be uploaded by all registered users.

The goal is to provide a user-friendly tool which will help educators, researchers, policy makers, young media makers, and students to find the information they are looking for in a timely and organized manner. You will find information and direct links to ORGANIZATIONS from around the world that are active and are relevant to media literacy education. You can search by keywords or limit and better target your search by specifying language, country, other topics, type, etc. You can also use the world map and while having an overview of a particular area you can also identify the country you would like to search regarding media literacy education.

Content can be uploaded by all registered users. The resources can be uploaded in many different languages: French, German, Russian, Catalan, Portuguese, etc.

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2012 United Nations Alliance of Civilizations

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Creative Commons Search

Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. http://www.media-and-learning.eu/resource/creative-commons

The search.creativecommons.org is not a search engine, but rather offers convenient access to search services provided by other independent organizations, which are ccMixter, Europeana, Flickr, Fotopedia, Google, Google Images, Jamendo, Open Clip Art Library, Pixabay, SoundCloud, SpinXpress, Wikimedia Commons, Youtube.

CC has no control over the results that are returned. Do not assume that the results displayed in this search portal are under a CC license. You should always verify that the work is actually under a CC license by following the link. Since there is no registration to use a CC license, CC has no way to determine what has and hasn't been placed under the terms of a CC license. If you are in doubt you should contact the copyright holder directly, or try to contact the site where you found the content.

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2. Oö. Kinder-Medien-Studie 2010

This study gives an overview about the use of media by children aged 3-10, taking into account the points of view of children, their parents and their educators. It shows that even very young children use media very frequently - mobiles, Internet and computers are very often part of their everyday lives.

3. Oö. Kinder-Medien-Studie 2012

This study gives an overview about the use of media by children aged 3-10, taking into account the points of view of children, their parents and their educators. It shows significant changes between 2007 and 2012: Generally, the world of media is explored by the children in a playful way. Audio or video are used much more frequently in education compared to the previous studies; many children aged 6-10 already are into web 2.0 and social media. However, parents are aware of the possible dangers of the Internet and request information on using it safely.

3. Oö. Jugend-Medien-Studie 2013

This study gives an overview about the changes in the use of media by 11- to 18-year-olds from Upper Austria. It shows that the popularity of smartphones has increased considerably and that young people use media more independently and more consciously compared to the last studies. This study includes the points of view of the young people themselves as well as of their parents and teachers.

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