35. Media Literacy
Media Literacy allows us to critically view media and to evaluate the role that media play in our lives. The primary objective of Media Literacy is to develop awareness of our roles as active agents when engaging media. We must arm all people with the knowledge, skills, and values a media education program provides – granting people access to new technology and information about its workings and ideological implication. Finally, we need more alternative communication systems to counter these problems.Edit
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- Gutenberg letter press (Publishing and Letterpress printing)
- Alhurra anchors on air from Alhurra's broadcast studio in Springfield, VA - February 23, 2011 (Alhurra - page contains more possibly usable images)
- Alhurra anchor interviews protester (Ahmed Duma) in Tahrir Square, February 7, 2011 (Alhurra)
- +1 - Kim Tucker 21:40, 16 August 2012 (UTC) (at least for now)
- Is it okay to include images of real people? Perhaps if they are iconic of the pattern (examples for other patterns might be Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr, Mahatma Gandhi, etc.)?
- It is OK to use pictures of real people! This is somewhat common in the cards so far. BTW, this image could probably go somewhere (if not for this card). - (Doug, 15 August 2012)
- Media literacy class - Knight School of Communication focused on increasing digital and media literacy. Check out the image's description.
- Dhruva teaches media literacy
- Mass media in Belarus
- Prefer an image with people engaging with the media - Kim Tucker 20:24, 18 September 2012 (UTC)