This open access course in MILID, which has been designed, written and offered as a partnership between UNESCO and Athabasca University, introduces the concepts of media and information literacy and intercultural dialogue along with important issues that relate to this new set of competencies for global citizenship.
Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue (MILID) Course is carried out by the UNESCO and Athabasca University , in partnership with the International Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue University Network.
Tikslai ir uždaviniai
The course is open to anyone who wishes to sign in. There are 10 units addressing such concepts as media and information literacy, intercultural dialogue, freedom of expression, the multiple roles of media and advertising in contemporary life, gender representation and stereotyping in the media, challenges and opportunities for youth, and ways of engaging with new technologies for social change.
Laukiami mokymosi rezultatai
Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue (MILID) is a basis for enhancing access to information and knowledge, freedom of expression, gender equality, and a high standard of education in an intercultural framework. It describes skills and attitudes that are needed to understand the functions of media and other information providers in society across a variety of media formats, including those of the Internet. It encourages the value of accepting and sharing diverse cultural and religious standpoints. The course does these things in order to enable people to share knowledge and experience, learn from one another and find, evaluate, and produce information and media content on their own. In other words, MILID covers the competencies that are vital for people to engage effectively in all aspects of development.
Dalyvavimo ir (arba) mokymosi pasiekimų pripažinimas / patvirtinimas
If you wish to receive a certificate for taking this course, you need to achieve a grade of at least 65% overall.