Conferência internacional: Media Literacy in a media-rich ecology

O ISCTE-IUL, em associação com o projeto europeu MediaCoach Initiative, convida todos os interessados a assistir à conferência internacional – Media Literacy in a media-rich ecology, que tem lugar dia 4 de dezembro, de 2019, no auditório J.J.Laginha, no ISCTE-IUL, em Lisboa.

A entrada é livre e dependente da lotação do auditório.

Esta conferência pretende não só atingir a comunidade escolar interessada em literacia digital e mediática, mas também encorajar organizações sem fins lucrativos e ativistas que trabalham em iniciativas relacionadas com a literacia mediática a juntarem-se a nós na discussão.

Aqui fica o programa. Esperamos por si.


International Conference: Media Literacy in a media-rich ecology

4th December, ISCTE-IUL, Lisbon
Auditório J.J. Laginha


OPENING: 9h -10h30

Miguel Cabrita
Secretary of State of Labor and Vocational Training (To be confirmed)

Maria Emília Brederode dos Santos
President of the National Education Council

João Sebastião
Diretor of CIES-IUL

Gustavo Cardoso
Full Professor of Communication, ISCTE-IUL

Coffee break


PANEL 1: Activism and Media Literacy in Practice (10h45 – 12h45)

Engaging citizens through digital platforms for democratic and sustainable societies
Inês Santos Moura & Vania Baldi

Portuguese policies in Media Education: the role of professional journalists
Vitor Tomé; Miguel Crespo; Sofia Branco; Isabel Nery

Teaching Media Literacy in Bulgaria
Danail Danov

Drafting a Media Literacy curriculum for Education professionals and Youth workers: A blended learning approach
Marios Vryonides; Christina Stavrou; Charis Xinaris; Thomas Photiades

Bullying or cyber bullying? Which one is the worst in nowadays?
Georgia Kyprianou

Lunch break


PANEL 2: New digital devices, new challenges in media literacy? (14h00 – 16h00)

Technology, the power of the mass-media public?
Marian Popovici

Emotional Literacy reflection on Virtual Social Experience
Thomas Photiadis

New challenges whilst using new media, new meanings whilst reading the world
Fernanda Bonacho, Maria José Mata, Anabela Sousa Lopes, Maria Inácia Rezola, Zélia Santos

Media literacy as social and symbolic capital: the challenges to music production in the Internet age
Paula Gomes-Ribeiro

Competent to disconnect?
Ana Jorge

Coffee Break


PANEL 3: Digital literacy and Policy (16h15 – 18h15)

Implementing a media coach initiative in Cyprus: Lessons from an environmental assessment
Charis Xinaris; Thomas Photiades; Christina Stavrou; Marios Vryonides

Media education within the Autonomy and Curriculum Flexibility Project – a study on primary and secondary schools
Elzbieta Bobrowicz-Campos; Isabel Festas; Armanda Matos & Ana Seixas

Digital literacy and policy-making by Independent Regulatory Authorities
Antigoni Themistokleous

Comparative study: digital literacy as a part of formal education in Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia
Aleksandra Ivanković

Digital Science: Citizens’ Perceptions of Science in Portugal
João Estevens, Jussara Rowland, Ana Delicado


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