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Erin Reilly, Research Director, shares with iCELTIC in June 2008, the current research happening at MIT's Comparative Media Studies Project New Media Literacies.

Erin Reilly, Research Director, shares with iCELTIC in June 2008, the current research happening at MIT's Comparative Media Studies Project New Media Literacies.

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  • 1. Erin Brockette Reilly Comparative Media Studies Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • 2. applied humanities
  • 3. applied humanities a focus on culture instead of technologies
  • 4. applied humanities a focus on culture instead of technologies
  • 5. applied humanities a focus on culture instead of technologies C4FCM
  • 6. characteristics of a participatory culture low barriers for artistic expression & civic engagement strong support for creating and sharing types of mentorships opportunities for members to contribute any degree of social connection
  • 7. jessica
  • 8. gets a text jessica
  • 9. gets a text jessica with a link
  • 10. gets a text jessica with a link
  • 11. jessica
  • 12. jessica learns it
  • 13. jessica & friends
  • 14. jessica & friends
  • 15. jessica & more friends
  • 16. everyone’s doing it
  • 17. www.newmedialiteracies.org
  • 18. “traditional” media literacy: • analysis of mass media (consumer perspective) • critical thinking • not integrated into the curriculum
  • 19. “traditional” media literacy: • analysis of mass media (consumer perspective) • critical thinking • not integrated into the curriculum digital literacy: • tools and techniques • computer clubhouse movement
  • 20. how do we CONNECT? four forms of participatory culture how do we CREATE? how do we CIRCULATE? how do we COLLABORATE?
  • 21. collective intelligence networking negotiation judgment play performance simulation multitasking distributed cognition transmedia navigation appropriation social skills and cultural competencies
  • 22. appropriation: the ability to meaningfully sample and remix media content
  • 23. collective intelligence: the ability to pool knowledge and compare notes with others toward a common goal
  • 24. networking: the ability to search for, synthesize, and disseminate information
  • 25. how do we integrate these new media literacies across curricula?
  • 26. learning in a participatory culture exercises - develop technical skills & cultural competencies exemplars - critically analyze media texts expressions - create new media content ethics - critically reflect on consequences of choices
  • 27. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard)
  • 28. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard)
  • 29. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) • exemplar collection: media makers
  • 30. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) • exercises: explore and practice skills • exemplar collection: media makers
  • 31. • expressions: create & share Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) • exercises: explore and practice skills • exemplar collection: media makers
  • 32. • ethics: integrated throughout • expressions: create & share Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) • exercises: explore and practice skills • exemplar collection: media makers
  • 33. • ethics: integrated throughout • expressions: create & share Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) • exercises: explore and practice skills • exemplar collection: media makers • partnerships will produce local collections
  • 34. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard)
  • 35. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) Exemplars:Video
  • 36. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard)
  • 37. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) Exercises: Simulation activity instructions Explore & Practice at Soda Constructor www.sodaplay.com
  • 38. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard)
  • 39. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) Expressions: Create & Share
  • 40. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) Expressions: Create & Share
  • 41. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard)
  • 42. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) • innovative multimedia online/offline guide
  • 43. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) • applies NML skills to classroom subjects • innovative multimedia online/offline guide
  • 44. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) • applies NML skills to classroom subjects • first guide: Reading in a Participatory Culture applies appropriation to English Language Arts • innovative multimedia online/offline guide
  • 45. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) • applies NML skills to classroom subjects • first guide: Reading in a Participatory Culture applies appropriation to English Language Arts • innovative multimedia online/offline guide the ability to meaningfully sample and remix media content
  • 46. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) • applies NML skills to classroom subjects • first guide: Reading in a Participatory Culture applies appropriation to English Language Arts • innovative multimedia online/offline guide our featured appropriators: Herman Melville remixes Milton, Bible, mapping, cetology Ricardo Pitts-Wiley (director) remixes Melville, local stories Rudy Cabrera (actor) remixes language, experiences
  • 47. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) • applies NML skills to classroom subjects • first guide: Reading in a Participatory Culture applies appropriation to English Language Arts • innovative multimedia online/offline guide Melville Scholar Wyn Kelley on Ricardo Pitts-Wiley’s Moby-Dick:Then and Now
  • 48. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) • applies NML skills to classroom subjects • first guide: Reading in a Participatory Culture applies appropriation to English Language Arts • innovative multimedia online/offline guide Melville Scholar Wyn Kelley on Ricardo Pitts-Wiley’s Moby-Dick:Then and Now
  • 49. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) collaboration between NML & Harvard’s GoodPlay project
  • 50. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) Young People, Ethics and the New Digital Media (February 2008) www.goodworkproject.org/research/digital.htm collaboration between NML & Harvard’s GoodPlay project
  • 51. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) Young People, Ethics and the New Digital Media (February 2008) www.goodworkproject.org/research/digital.htm •credibility •identity •privacy •participation •ownership & authorship collaboration between NML & Harvard’s GoodPlay project
  • 52. Learning Library (informal learning) Teachers’ Strategy Guides (formal learning) Ethics Casebook (with Harvard) Young People, Ethics and the New Digital Media (February 2008) www.goodworkproject.org/research/digital.htm •credibility •identity •privacy •participation •ownership & authorship collaboration between NML & Harvard’s GoodPlay project online / offline multimedia “casebook” exploring these ethical categories
  • 53. “long-distance collaborations across learning communities” Learning Library (2009) network to develop new assessment strategies - embedded, mixed method - NML a case study for James Paul Gee’s 21st Century Assessment Project for Situated and Sociocultural Approaches to Learning - locals produce their own articulations - locals productions in conversation via NML network
  • 54. www.newmedialiteracies.org