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6.2 eLearning Workshop for Technicians & Lecturers

The Workshop "E-Learning Training for Technicians and Lecturers" University Malaysia Kelantan, Kota Bharu 06.03. – 10.03. 2017 After completing the Delphi Study in a previous MEDLIT Delphi Study Final Conference that was held in Hanoi, the following eLearning package was initiated by its Leader, Dr. Marlies Bitter-Rijpkema (OUNL) and assisted by UMK MOOC Production Team. [...]

6.1 eLearning Capability

WP-Activities: Through the theoretical and practical knowledge transfer of using E-Learning, the installation of a shared E-Learning environment and a hardware for developing courseware will be implemented. In order to realize this part of the project the project partners (together with technicians on-site) will make use of the citizen journalism kit. WP-Output: E-Learning Hardware [...]

5.4 Train-the-Faculty: Media Emancipation

The Workshop "MEDIA EMANCIPATION" University of Vienna, Vienna 10.05. – 22.05. 2017 The Train-the-Faculty Workshop Media Emancipation in Vienna aimed to discuss the question of how to handle new institutional media players that in difference to media institutions like newspapers, tv and radio directly represent civil society. Our central partner for this workshop was OKTO [...]

5.3 Train-the-Faculty: ICT & Social Change

The Workshop "ICT & Social Change" Srinakharinwirot Universirty, Bangkok 02.11. – 06.11. 2017 UPDATE: On October 13th, 2017 the EACEA granted an extension to the project. Still pending activities will be implemented based on the work plan, proposed to the agency. Further online meetings will concretise the implementation.   The latest implemented MEDLIT TtF workshop, [...]

5.2 Train-the-Faculty: Higher Education Systems

The Workshop "HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEMS" Universiti Putra Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur 22.11. – 26.11. 2016 The purpose of the TtF Workshop Higher Education Systems was to discuss the practical implications Media Literacy has for the Asian partners of the MEDLIT-project, especially focusing on how to foster Media Literacy in the study programs at their Higher Education Institutions [...]

5.1 Train-the-Faculty: Media Literacy & Future Studies

This TtF-workshop was split into two weeks of workshop activities with one main focus – in the first week Media Literacy and in the second week Future Studies, while their contents were constantly reffering to each other. Find below the summary and programme of the workshop. The Workshop "MEDIA LITERACY" University of Social Sciences [...]

4.2 Delphi Study Phase 2

Delphi Study Phase 2   Please find the detailed final report on the completed Delphi Study below. Detailed Documentation For detailed documentation of the results of the Delphi Study, including all Annexes, and related travels, please go to: DHUB (as this section is for MEDLIT members only, please login with your [...]

4.1 Media Culture Workshop

Workshop "MEDIA CULTURE" Srinakharinwirot University Bangkok, 03.10. – 07.10.2016 The workshop brought together academic experts of media and communication studies from different social, political and cultural backgrounds in order to find synergies for the development of state of the art and educationally productive concepts of media cultural studies. The transcultural setup of the workshop [...]

3.4 Bridging & Mediation

WP-Activities: One of the most interesting parts of the project could be one of the biggest challenges – the big differences between our intercultural partners in the consortium. In order to overcome these challenges, the coordinator will invite to reflection meetings for the involved partners (at least two). If needed the coordinator will take the [...]

3.3 Expert Board Input

Expert Board Evaluation & Input   The use of the External Board Input and Expert Board Evaluation evolved during the changes in the workshop structures, which places on expert per workshop. This way the contents of the work packages 3.2 and 3.3 conglomerate with one another. At this point of the time the external expert [...]