Last moments of a productive transnational meeting, in Porto.
Arquivo da Categoria: Project info
(English) MIA at the 2nd meeting of Innovative Centres of Andalusia (Spain)
MIA at the Bulgarian Presidency of the EU Conference – Educate to Create
This year, Bulgaria holds the presidency of the European Union. Our project manager Angela was invited to Sofia to represent MIA as a panel speaker at the Educate to Create conference. Continuar a lerMIA at the Bulgarian Presidency of the EU Conference – Educate to Create
Media in Action project kicks off to a good start
The Media in Action consortium met in Cardiff’s Principality Stadium at the end of January for our project kick off meeting. There was an air of excitement and a keenness to hit the ground running in this one year pilot project co-funded by DG Connect. Work has already started identifying existing good practices and competency frameworks key to making the project a success. We hope that our good vibes have a positive effect on the teams due to play in the Six Nations Rugby tournament over the coming weeks, although being a European project we couldn’t quite decide who to support when Wales isn’t playing! Continuar a lerMedia in Action project kicks off to a good start
Presenting MIA to the Media Literacy Expert Group, Brussels
MIA was presented to the Media Literacy Expert Group in Brussels, here are the slides and accompanying notes.
Check out the Media in Action project in educator training in #medialiteracy and storytelling https://t.co/3MnFHAS2nS pic.twitter.com/EhLBqpEOWr
— EU Media Literacy (@EU_MediaLit) 14 December 2017
Continuar a lerPresenting MIA to the Media Literacy Expert Group, Brussels
The Media in Action consortium is a group of professionals, academics, researchers, journalists and education specialists from across Europe.
Cooperativa Nuova Dimensione (Italy),
Grupo Comunicar (Spain)
and KIC (Malta)
Media in Action is a Media Literacy for all pilot project funded by DG Connect
O Media In Action – MIA foi um dos dois projetos aprovados para financiamento pela Comissão Europeia, no âmbito do concurso “Media Literacy For All” Pilot Project.
Tem como objetivos o desenho e condução de ações de formação para professores e formadores, nas áreas da educação para os media, com particular incidência nas notícias e no storytelling.
O consórcio é dirigido pelo Pontydysgu, centro de investigação sediado em Gales, tendo Angela Rees como coordenadora principal. Da equipa europeia fazem ainda parte o CICANT (Portugal), com coordenação de Maria José Brites, docente na Universidade Lusófona do Porto e investigadora no CICANT. Os restantes parceiros são o Grupo Comunicar (Espanha), a Cooperativa Nuova Dimensione (Itália) e o Knowledge Innovation Centre (Malta).