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People media

  1. 1. PEOPLE MEDIA Cruz Mendoza Salido Vitriolo
  2. 2. Definition • People - human beings making up a group or assembly or linked by a common interest, a body of persons that are united by a common culture, tradition, or sense of kinship, that typically have common language, institutions, and beliefs, and that often constitute a politically organized group • Media - the main means of mass communication
  3. 3. Definition PEOPLE MEDIA - an assembly of people with a common interest where they become the main means of mass communication. In other words, people are media themselves since they have the ability for mass communication.
  4. 4. People in Media vs. People as Media People in Media – they are the people behind another form of media. They use other forms of media such as text media, visual media, multimedia, etc. in disseminating information and imparting knowledge. People as Media – they are the MEDIA itself. The person serves as the medium for another person to learn or acquire new knowledge
  5. 5. Types Idea Generators - ex. Writers Speakers - active people media such as Personal Relations people, newscasters, politicians Users - especially in the internet where content is highly user-generated, everyone is a user
  6. 6. History BCE - cave paintings, Pythagoras Academy 150 - Invention of paper 382 - Manuscript transcription 1450 - Printing Press 1600 -Public education 1900s - Audiovisual (blackboard, radio, projector, television, VCR, audio tape) • 1990s - Computers, Internet • 2000s - Laptops, Document Camera • • • • • •
  7. 7. Importance • In every step of the development of technology and other types of media, people media was present, they made the existence of all types of media possible. They were the transmitters of information, they were the information sources, before all of the other media was made available. We, the people media, created every type of media (from text to multimedia and manipulative, etc.) - and we created them for a reason, to destroy barriers and have a wider reach, to impart information in an easier and faster way.
  8. 8. Characteristics • Tech savvy- proficient in the use of technology, especially computers • Credible- able to be believed, capable of being believed; plausible. Worthy of confidence; reliable. • Flexible- knows how to use a range of technology; able to change or to do different things • Charismatic- appeals to the senses of different people • Updated- in the know of the latest information • Articulate- expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language
  9. 9. Applications (in Education) • Real time discussions in or outside classrooms • Both teachers and students can act as media with their interactions • Reportings, skits, and other educational requirements that will demand students to act as giver of information (media)
  10. 10. Advantages • Flexibility - can correct mistakes last minute (thought-process) • Interactive • Ability to process the feelings of its media receivers • Ability to maintain relationships between sender and receiver • Fast feedback between sender and receiver
  11. 11. Issues Involved • Reliability- Capable of being relied on; dependable • Plagiarism- the practice of taking someone else’s work or ideas and passing them off as one’s own
  12. 12. Sources  SMARTEduEMEA. The History of Technology in Education. (2011) Youtube video. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/UFwWWsz_X9s  MERRIAM-WEBSTER ONLINE (2014) Retrieved from: http://www.merriam-webster.com  The Free Dictionary (2014) Retrieved from: http://www.thefreedictionary.com  Wiktionary: A multilingual free encyclopedia (2013) Retrieved from: http://en.wiktionary.org  Oxford Dictionaries (2014) Retrieved from: http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/us

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