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EPALE diskusija: Mediju pratības loma pieaugušo izglītībā

29/08/2018
by Ilze Seipule

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Septembrī EPALE tēmas ietvaros notiks rakstveida diskusija par mediju pratības lomu pieaugušo izglītībā.

Diskusija notiks šajā tīmekļa vietnē 27. septembrī plkst. 10.00 pēc Centrāleiropas laika (CEL) un to vadīs EPALE tematiskais koordinators Markuss PalmensNepalaidiet garām iespēju apmainīties domām un dalīties pieredzē ar EPALE kopienu par jebkuru no tālāk minētajām tēmām:

10:00-12:30 (CEL)

Mediju pratība kā jēdziens

Mediju pratība ir starpdisciplināra pētniecības un izglītības joma, kas ierasti ietver pieeju masu informācijas līdzekļiem, masu informācijas līdzekļu satura analīzi un izvērtēšanu, kā arī paša mediju satura radīšanu.

  • Vai jums šāda mediju pratības definīcija ir noderīga vai arī tajā trūkst kādi elementi? Kas ir svarīgākais? Ko jūs uzsvērtu, noņemtu vai pievienotu?
  • Vai, lai pieaugušie spētu novērtēt dažādu mediju saturu, ir nepieciešamas dažādas mediju pratības prasmes,? Piemēram, vai mākslas darba analizēšanai ir nepieciešamas citas prasmes nekā, analizējot ziņu vietni? Kādas varētu būt šīs atšķirīgās prasmes?

Diskusija paliks atvērta arī pusdienas pārtraukumā

13:30-16:00 (CEL)

Mediju pratības apmācības pieredze pieaugušo izglītībā Eiropā

  • Vai mediju pratība ir aktuāla sabiedrisko diskusiju tēma jūsu valstī? Vai tā, piemēram, tiek apspriesta saistībā ar terminu ‘viltus ziņas’? Vai tā ir politiska tēma? Pastāstiet par šādu debašu piemēriem jūsu valstī! 
  • Kādas mediju pratības prasmes, jūsuprāt, ir visvairāk nepieciešamas pieaugušajiem Eiropā 2018. gadā? Vai, jūsuprāt, pieaugušo mediju pratības izglītībai būtu jāatšķiras no bērnu vai jauniešu mediju pratības izglītības? Kā? 

Pastāstiet par interesantu pieredzi vai pieaugušajiem paredzētajām iniciatīvām jūsu valstī! Kas tiek darīts, kā un ar kādu mērķi? Ļoti gaidīsim konkrētus piemērus.

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In the age of digitalisation, media literacy becomes one of the most important fundamental skills.
It is quite more than the knowledge how to handle a smartphone. Nowadays people need to understand the mechanisms of the internet, the underlying business models and the technical possibilities regarding processing personal data.   
In addition it is about the ability to search and qualify information in the internet and to identify hoaxes and fake news. 
What we need is a kind of "age of digital Enlightment" 
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I would also like to mention one important event, namely - the Global Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Week Youth Agenda Forum which will take place on 26 October, 2018, at the University of Latvia, in Riga.
The forum will seek to answer many pressing questions: how young people can act as MIL agents of positive changes in the era of digital algorithms? What can they do as young media, information, and technology professionals, as young researchers, as Internet micro-celebrities and influencers, and as young librarians? Can they influence policy-making on such issues as platform regulation or data protection? Do they feel strong and motivated enough to negotiate with private sector – social networks, advertisers and other internet actors – about their responsibilities to users and  wider society? Pivotally, are young people capable and motivated to help their peers and siblings to benefit from the opportunities in digital media and information environments.
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We think "YES", because we are living in a digital world, and our future seems to be Digital.
Media literacy is an essential skill in this digital age

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The learner group of senior citizens has been mentioned several times as an important target group for media literacy. This group is often also perceived as lacking digital literacy skills, thus hindering their active citizenship. Young generations on the other hand are portrayed as digital natives, at home in the world of social and digital media. I´d like to hear your views and experiences: how would you rate young people's  media literacy skills in your country?   
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In germany the younger generation is using digital media in a very naive and unreflected way. They might know about problems reg. data protection and privacy, but there are not able to act accrodingly in their daily live. 
Media literacy is a huge topic in the public discussion and in schools and there are lot of initiatives and programs on country and national level.
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Younger adults in Ireland typically have the digital skills to access digital media, in line with the portrayal of digital natives that Markus references. 
However, many people - young and old - do not necessary have the media literacy skills to assess articles' authenticity. 
While there are organisations, such as Broadcasting Authority of Ireland which address media literacy across different age groups, youth organisations, such as Spunout Ireland, also try to address this topic. 
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...would love to see a YouTuber or a similar youth icon tackle this topic. Maybe there are examples of this!
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The above study shows that nearly 40% of young people (aged 15-24) in Latvia tend to share information online without checking it. Only 40% of the respondents are able to recognize trusted information from a fake and fabricated.
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Many thanks Ilze! I would also tend to think that the ease with which young people use digital media is limited to the technical side - without proper media literacy education.