The European Digital Media Observatory (EDMO) has set up national and multinational hubs in Europe to tackle disinformation and one of the core tasks of these hubs is to organise media literacy activities at national or multinational level. This interactive online seminar is part of a series of online events organised by the Media & Learning Association together with EDMO to highlight specific aspects of the media literacy work of these hubs and to identify good practice that can be shared by others engaged in media literacy.
During this session, the focus will be on:
- Observatoire de l’Information et des Médias – DE FACTO
Actions of the CLEMI (Centre pour l’Éducation aux médias et à l’Information) on Information Literacy
A national consultation on how to be better informed (European project DE FACTO) along with the main themes of the consultation. With a focus on the production of podcasts on how young people are getting informed. (Presentation)
- Iberian Digital Media Research and Fact-Checking Hub – Iberifier
Media Literacy in Practice in Spain and Portugal
This presentation compares the current situation of Media Literacy in Portugal and Spain, focusing on curricula, continuing professional development and practices in formal, non-formal and informal contexts. It also explains the Media Literacy plan that is being implemented by Iberifier – Iberian Media Research and Fact-checking Hub. (Presentation)
- Belgium-Netherlands Digital Media and Disinformation Observatory – BENEDMO
BENEDMO: how we increase resilience against disinformation
The media literacy efforts of BENEDMO are aimed at increasing the resilience against disinformation for citizens and (media)professionals in Flanders and the Netherlands. An analysis exploring the the overlap and potential gaps between essential competences and available resources is the starting point to build towards a media literacy repository. Mimi and Julia will share some examples of resources and training modules which are targeted at several target groups. (Presentation)
Speakers will include: Laure Delmoly, International Project Manager, CLEMI, France; Vitor Tomé, International MIL Expert and Researcher at Centre for Research and Studies in Sociology of ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal; Julia Conemans, Programme Manager BENEDMO, The Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision, The Netherlands; Mimi Van Dun, Programme Manager, Netwerk Mediawijsheid.