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Nicoleta Fotiade

Nicoleta Fotiade

Robert Gainescu

Robert Gainescu

Initiative for Media Literacy Network in Central and South-Eastern Europe (CSEE) - MediaWise Society, Romania

Mediawise Society invites you to join discussion on the potential to build a Media Literacy Network in the CSEE region. In order to advance media literacy education, independent initiatives need to come together to create partnerships, with both local and regional reach, that (1) make media literacy education more popular, (2) develop media education resources, training and research, (3) act as advocates for policy. 
During a hands-on workshop we will try to answer questions on what the network might look like, the sort of media literacy initiatives it could encourage, how to better organize it, and so on.
180’ (2 x 90’)

Jarosław Lipszyc

Jarosław Lipszyc

Radek Czajka

Radek Czajka

MIL/PEER - Media & Information Literacy Platform for Exchanging Educational Resources - Modern Poland Foundation, Poland

Does your organisation create learning resources? Are you interested in finding out about materials made by other organisations? Do you want to get involved in international projects? If yes, this is a workshop for you.
You will find out about “MIL/PEER”, an online platform developed together by the Evens Foundation and Modern Poland Foundation. The platform enables creating content, translating and publishing media literacy learning materials. We will present key features of this tool and the process of creating a material from an idea to publication. We will also discuss how to create networks and jointly apply for funds, as well as explore possible sources of funding educational projects in Europe.
180’

Matteo Zacchetti

Matteo Zacchetti

Building A Sustainable Audience for European Content – Film Literacy Practices and Projects - Creative Europe, European Union

The new MEDIA part of the Creative Europe program recognizes the need to work not only on the supply of European films but also on the demand side, developing a sustainable audience for European content in the short, medium and long term, and addressing younger viewers in particular. Film literacy is a key element of this audience-building strategy. Film-literate viewers will be freer and more curious once they have the instruments to choose what they want to see. As the great German director Wim Wenders stressed, an audience with even a vague knowledge of the history and richness of European cinema would, and will be able to, choose differently.
In 2014, nine projects were selected for support in the framework of the Creative Europe MEDIA program. This workshop is a great opportunity to discover what they are all about.
180’ (2 x 90’)

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NInA

NInA (PL) & l’Institut National Audiovisuel (FR)

Polish National Audiovisual Institute (NInA) in cooperation with French l’Institut National Audiovisuel invites you to discover innovative and useful tools and platforms for media education based on audio-visual archives, such as Ninateka Edu or Fresques, and many others. The representatives of the creators of these educational platforms will guide you through the ideas of the websites and present how their resources can be useful for teachers and students in their school experience.

It will be an all-day, hop-on hop-off presentation - join us whenever you like. No registration required.

Part 1 (11:30-13:00)

Eric Gijssen

Eric Gijssen

Digital Storytelling Techniques - Maks vzw, Belgium

In this workshop we explore storytelling techniques, both offline and online. Some examples of digital stories will provide context and background. To help you gain insights into our methods, you are invited to do some exercises: quick-idea exercises, story-circle and scenario-building. Any topic could be chosen to apply the techniques, but, to focus the workshop, we will explore the theme of gender. We will also work in smaller groups to explore different ways of approaching recording, illustrating and editing.
For this workshop it is strongly recommnded participants bring their own mobile devices (laptop, tablet, smartphone)

Katarzyna Werner - Mozolewska

Katarzyna Werner - Mozolewska

Media Literacy Meets Heritage 2.0 - Centrum Cyfrowe Projekt:Polska, Poland

GLAM institutions (galleries, libraries, archives, museums) are extending the ways of using media to involve audiences and create new spaces for engagement, education and knowledge transfer.
In this workshop we want to share the expertise acquired during our work as consultants for GLAM institutions: working with media education, developing digital strategies, digitizing heritage resources, creating audience engagement, and analyzing new models of institutional collaboration that keep the heritage resources circulating. We believe that using media and opening up the resources can support heritage institutions as potential tools of social change.

Maria Leonida

Maria Leonida

Thoughtful Apps - Karpos, Greece

This workshop is about demonstrating and trying out some playful free or cheap apps (for Android or iOS) that can be used for storytelling, visual thinking, literacy and experimentation, in a framework of youth and transgenerational engagement. We will discuss further possibilities of applications within typical or non-typical learning.
We will work in groups of 3-4 people, using a mobile device with the proposed apps installed. Come easy, and leave thoughtful!

Susanne Eggert

Susanne Eggert
Alessandra Falconi

Alessandra Falconi

Home Screens: media education inside families – JFF & Centro Zaffiria, Germany & Italy

Media are part of everyday life in families. Starting from very little, children watch their parents using media and are curious to use media themselves. With the rapid technical development of recent years, media education has become increasingly important for young people. But parents, too, have questions. In our workshop we will introduce projects for children and parents aimed at raising family media literacy in Europe, and present as examples two very different projects from Italy and Germany.
90’

Part 2 (14:00-15:30)

Rachel Coogan

Rachel Coogan

CyberSense: Staying Safe Online - Ariel Trust, United Kingdom

CyberSense is a fun, interactive online educational resource aimed at primary school children. It will raise awareness of cyber-bullying, providing children with the skills to recognize, respond to and report cyber-bullying, and promote staying safe online.
The workshop will give delegates an understanding of how the resource works, showing examples of how young people can build resilient skills if they find themselves in a risky situation. This will include watching short films, engaging in discussion and getting involved in a practical activity.

Katarzyna Grubek

Katarzyna Grubek

How Media Can Change The World? The Youth Social Campaigns - Centre for Citizenship Education, Poland

The coach from the Center for Citizenship Education will deliver this workshop, along with students from one of the schools participating in the media education program “Turn on. Youth and Media” (running since 2012; www.ceo.org.pl/media).
By the students project “Turn off hate!” we shall present the steps of the social campaign. We want to show that working on a social campaign is a very attractive option if you work with young people: it teaches how to plan and work in a team, how to use media, and how to sensitize to a social issue, and it also helps to develop creativity.
25’

Thibaud Delavigne

Thibaud Delavigne
Johan Weisz

Johan Weisz

Mini Media-Making Box - StreetPress, France

1 community + 1 need = 1 medium. In the StreetPress Box, we think about people and their information issues before creating a medium. Thanks to all the technical tools now available, we can imagine lots of mini-media that have true journalistic quality and can be launched with just a little cash!  StreetPress has created a new social media program called “Numéro #0”, a mini-media competition. We’ll tell you all about it in this workshop ...

Paulina Czapska

Paulina Czapska

Thinking Design - LABlife, Poland

Is it fruitful to think about your thinking process? How are innovations created? Can a change in thinking about education influence its effectiveness? Do some convictions support and others hamper the learning process? Thinking Design focuses on what may not be visible in education at first glance: on processes, collaborations and hidden project assumptions.
The latest research has shown that thinking strategies are responsible for the solution we apply to certain situations. Examining them from multiple perspectives and defining them consciously helps to reach desired goals in the future, increases the effectiveness of our actions, and stimulates the learning process. Join our workshop and learn about your own thinking strategies. Find inspiration for actions. Whatever you think, think the opposite!
90’