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Mediatized Worlds

"Mediatized Worlds" Under the title "Studying Mediatization through a Media Cultural Lense: The Case of Media Literacy" Marian T. Adolf, Cornelia Wallner and Susan Alpen from Zeppelin University have presented our project within the theoretical framework of Media Culture at the "Mediatized Worlds" Conference  that took place at the University of Bremen from August 30th to September 1st, 2016. < [...]

Medlit means Media Litracy …

MEDLIT means Media Literacy... "Something with media, but intercultural, yet somehow different and on the spot in South-East-Asia" is the beginning of the newest article about the MEDLIT-project. Project Manager Michael-Bernhard Zita presents the project and describes his experiences in "Zündstoff", the magazine of the student representation of the Department of Communication Science at the [...]

Research Talks Vienna

Research Talks Vienna Media and Information Literacy Studies in Reference to Cultural Globalization and Media Change Within the framework of the Research Talks of the Department of Communication at the University of Vienna, the Scientific Lead of MEDLIT, Prof. Thomas Bauer, presented the project and its theoretical background on June 20th. In his speech [...]

1.5 Mid-Term-Meeting

The Mid-Term-Meeting Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 26.09. – 30.09. 2016 The meeting brought together two representatives of each partner institution in order to discuss the current status of the project, its way to go and to clarify requirements of the EACEA: During the week, the started and especially the upcoming work packages were discussed, the Mid-Term-Report was [...]

9.2 Reflection Focus Group

Reflection Focus Group   This work package, that was originally planned as a space of reflection and documentation on occurring challenges for International Project collaboration, especially induced by locally different organization structures was transformed to carry out a more active role. To avoid such problems in the future, we decided that the Work Package [9 [...]

9.1 Reflection Survey

Reflection Survey   This work package, that was originally planned as a space of reflection and documentation on occurring challenges for International Project collaboration, especially induced by locally different organization structures was transformed to carry out a more active role. To avoid such problems in the future, we decided that the Work Package [9 Quality [...]

8.1 Run MOOC (1st run)

First Run of the MOOC   This work package includes the first run of the MEDLIT MOOCs in Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. These three national MOOCs address primarily different groups of stakeholders to strengthen the integration into the national systems and so push the sustainability of use. But as all of the MOOCs are hosted [...]

7.3 First Network Conference

First Network Conference   The first Network Conference/Workshop will be held at University Malaysia Kelantan (UMK) in March 2018. MEDLIT project findings, outputs & outcomes and future activities of the South-East Asian Media Literacy Network will be presented to and discussed with stakeholders and members of the scientific community.   The exact dates of the [...]

7.2 Local Stakeholder Event

Local Stakeholder Events   In order to inform stakeholders about and invite them to join the South-East Asia Media Literacy Network there will be local stakeholder events. These events are organized to disseminate the network’s aims and activities on a local, regional or national level. For more synergies and media coverage these events ideally are [...]

7.1 Form Media Literacy Network

Form Media Literacy Network   The South-East Asia Media Literacy Network will be an organization with the aim to promote Media Literacy in South East Asia, beginning with the three partner countries participating in the project: Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam. The network will coordinate the cooperation between Universities, Stakeholders (especially Media Professionals) and Players of [...]