Transforming Education through Digital and Media Literacy

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Hobbs connects the key concepts and instructional practices of digital and media literacy to the need for teaching people about copyright and fair use.

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Transforming Education through Digital and Media Literacy

  1. 1. Transforming  Educa0on   Through     Digital  &  Media  Literacy     Renee  Hobbs    Harrington  School  of  Communica6on   and  Media   University  of  Rhode  Island     TWITTER  BACK  CHANNEL:  #baisl  
  2. 2. Teacher-­‐librarians  help  students  develop  the  knowledge  and  competencies  they  need  to  thrive  in  the  21st  century  
  3. 3. PEER-TO-PEER FILE SHARING Goals  for  Today’s  Session  How new tools and new texts are reshaping educationalpracticeWhy students benefit when we use digital and media literacyconcepts to embrace interdisciplinary connections betweenculture and classroomHow codes of best practice help people become moreconfident in understanding copyright and fair useHow the concept of transformativeness enables students tomaximize the power of digital learning
  4. 4. www.mediaeduca6onlab.com  
  5. 5. Bringing  digital  and  media  literacy  educa6on  to     children  in  grades  PK  –  6  through     curriculum  integra6on,  informal  learning     and  professional  development.           -­‐-­‐in  bookstores  and  online  Spring  2013  
  6. 6. NEW  TOOLS  
  7. 7. NEW  TEXTS   NEW  TOOLS  
  8. 8. Texts  of  Digital  &  Media  Literacy  
  9. 9. Texts  of  Digital  &  Media  Literacy  
  10. 10. Texts  of  Digital  &  Media  Literacy  
  11. 11. Texts  of  Digital  &  Media  Literacy  
  12. 12. Texts  of  Digital  &  Media  Literacy  
  13. 13. NEW  TEXTS   NEW  TOOLS  
  14. 14. Ignore   Engage  
  15. 15. Learning  Environments   In-­‐School          At-­‐Home            Independent                
  16. 16. Digital  and  media  literacy  embraces  interdisciplinary  connec0ons  between  classroom  and  culture  
  17. 17. Expanding  the  Concept  of  Literacy   Print  Literacy   Visual  Literacy   Informa6on  Literacy   Media  Literacy   Computer  Literacy   News  Literacy   Digital  Literacy  
  18. 18. One  Expansive  Conceptualiza0on     to  Unite  Them  All   Key  Concepts  
  19. 19. One  Expansive  Conceptualiza0on     to  Unite  Them  All   Key  Concepts  
  20. 20. People  Interpret   Messages  are   Messages  Differently   Representa0ons  Messages  Have   Economic  &  Poli0cal  Power   Messages  Use  Different   Messages  Influence  our   Codes  and  Conven0ons   AHtudes  and  Behaviors  
  21. 21. One  Expansive  Conceptualiza0on     to  Unite  Them  All   Learning   Process   Key  Concepts  
  22. 22. The  Learning  Process  of  Digital  &  Media  Literacy   REFLECT   ACCESS   ANALYZE   CREATE   ACT  
  23. 23. Learning  Process   Comprehend  and     Make  Sense  of  All  Sorts  of  Texts       Use  Technology  Tools  Well  ACCESS     Gather  Informa6on   Independently    
  24. 24. ACCESS  LINK  Find  and  select  appropriate  texts  using  reasoning  and  evidence    
  25. 25. Learning  Process   Ask  Good  Ques6ons     Evaluate  the  Quality  &  Value  of   Messages  ANALYZE     Explore  Context  in  Meaningful  Ways  
  26. 26. ANALYZE  LINK  Analyze  a  media  message  using  five  cri6cal  ques6ons  
  27. 27. Learning  Process   Use  Mul6ple  Modes  of  Expression     Reach  Authen6c  Audiences    COMPOSE   Manipulate  Content  and  Form  in   Rela6on  to  Purpose  and  Audience  
  28. 28. COMPOSE  Create  a  remix  
  29. 29. Learning  Process   Ac6vate  Mul6perspec6val  Thinking     Predict  Consequences  and  Use   Hypothe6cal  Reasoning    REFLECT   Examine  Issues  of  Power  and   Responsibility    
  30. 30. REFLECT  LINK  Discuss  the  ethical  dimensions  of  a  media  message  
  31. 31. Learning  Process     Connect  the  Classroom  to  the  World     Strengthen  Leadership  and   Collabora6on    ACT   Develop  Integrity  and  Accountability    
  32. 32. Learning  Process       ACT  LINK  Create  a  public  service  announcement  about  liaering  
  33. 33. Transforming  Educa0on  Through     Digital  &  Media  Literacy   REFLECT   ACCESS  ANALYZE   CREATE   ACT  
  34. 34. One  Law  Protects  Us  All:   Owners  &  Users  
  35. 35. Codes of Best Practice SupportAcademic & Creative CommunitiesLINK  
  36. 36. Is  Your  Use  of  Copyrighted  Materials  a  Fair  Use?  1.  Did the unlicensed use transform the material taken from the copyrighted work by using it for a different purpose than that of the original, or did it just repeat the work for the same intent and value as the original?2.  Was the material taken appropriate in kind and amount, considering the nature of the copyrighted work and of the use?LINK  
  37. 37. Transforma0ve  Use  is  Fair  Use   Exercising  Fair  Use   Reasoning   Involves     Cri0cal  Thinking  
  38. 38. Communities of Practice AssertTheir Fair Use Rights
  39. 39. Results of our AdvocacyUsers may unlock DVDs protected by the ContentScrambling System when circumvention is for thepurpose of criticism or comment using shortsections, for educational, documentary or non-profit use.
  40. 40. Both  Law  and  Educa6on  Adapt    to  Changes  in  Technology  and  Society  
  41. 41. Three  Visions  of  Copyright   Flexible  Licensing   Crea0ve  Communi0es   Open  Source  Business   Schemes:   Develop  Codes  of  Best   Models  Make  Some  Rights  Reserved   Prac0ce  for  Fair  Use   Copyright  Obsolete    
  42. 42. PEER-TO-PEER FILE SHARING Goals  for  Today’s  Session  How new tools and new texts are reshaping educationalpracticeWhy students benefit when we use digital and media literacyconcepts to embrace interdisciplinary connections betweenculture and classroomHow codes of best practice help people become moreconfident in understanding copyright and fair useHow the concept of transformativeness enables students tomaximize the power of digital learning
  43. 43. CONTACT:    Renee  Hobbs  Founding  Director  Harrington  School  of  Communica6on  and  Media  University  of  Rhode  Island  Email:  hobbs@uri.edu   www.mediaeduca6onlab.com  
  44. 44. Videos  and  More  Resources  Online:    hap://mediaeduca6onlab.com  
  45. 45. Transforming  Educa0on  Through     Digital  &  Media  Literacy   REFLECT   ACCESS  ANALYZE   CREATE   ACT  

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