|Education Talks | Should media literacy be defined by its disorders?
|To support the understanding of the relation between disorders and media literacy
|The pandemic has elicited a surge of disinformation and fake news in Europe and elsewhere. Such crises have amplified people’s interest in media literacy, but are we looking at the subject through the right lens? Divina Frau-Meigs, Professor of Media and ICT Sociology at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, France, argues that media literacy is about more than its disorders, and considers what schools and policymakers can do to promote it.
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|Online only: requires internet connection
|Smartphone / Tablet
|Mode of learning
|Self-directed / unpacked learning