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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  • 1. Transforming Educa0on Through Digital & Media Literacy Renee Hobbs Harrington School of Communica6on and Media University of Rhode Island TWITTER BACK CHANNEL: #baisl

2. Teacher-librarians help students develop the knowledge and competencies they need to thrive in the 21st century 3. PEER-TO-PEER FILE SHARING Goals for Todays 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. www.mediaeduca6onlab.com 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. NEW TOOLS 7. NEW TEXTS NEW TOOLS 8. Texts of Digital & Media Literacy 9. Texts of Digital & Media Literacy 10. Texts of Digital & Media Literacy 11. Texts of Digital & Media Literacy 12. Texts of Digital & Media Literacy 13. NEW TEXTS NEW TOOLS 14. Ignore Engage 15. Learning Environments In-School At-Home Independent 16. Digital and media literacy embraces interdisciplinary connec0ons between classroom and culture 17. Expanding the Concept of Literacy Print Literacy Visual Literacy Informa6on Literacy Media Literacy Computer Literacy News Literacy Digital Literacy 18. One Expansive Conceptualiza0on to Unite Them All Key Concepts 19. One Expansive Conceptualiza0on to Unite Them All Key Concepts 20. People Interpret Messages are Messages Dierently Representa0ons Messages Have Economic & Poli0cal Power Messages Use Dierent Messages Inuence our Codes and Conven0ons AHtudes and Behaviors 21. One Expansive Conceptualiza0on to Unite Them All Learning Process Key Concepts 22. The Learning Process of Digital & Media Literacy REFLECT ACCESS ANALYZE CREATE ACT 23. Learning Process Comprehend and Make Sense of All Sorts of Texts Use Technology Tools Well ACCESS Gather Informa6on Independently 24. ACCESS LINK Find and select appropriate texts using reasoning and evidence 25. Learning Process Ask Good Ques6ons Evaluate the Quality & Value of Messages ANALYZE Explore Context in Meaningful Ways 26. ANALYZE LINK Analyze a media message using ve cri6cal ques6ons 27. Learning Process Use Mul6ple Modes of Expression Reach Authen6c Audiences COMPOSE Manipulate Content and Form in Rela6on to Purpose and Audience 28. COMPOSE Create a remix 29. Learning Process Ac6vate Mul6perspec6val Thinking Predict Consequences and Use Hypothe6cal Reasoning REFLECT Examine Issues of Power and Responsibility 30. REFLECT LINK Discuss the ethical dimensions of a media message 31. Learning Process Connect the Classroom to the World Strengthen Leadership and Collabora6on ACT Develop Integrity and Accountability 32. Learning Process ACT LINK Create a public service announcement about liaering 33. Transforming Educa0on Through Digital & Media Literacy REFLECT ACCESS ANALYZE CREATE ACT 34. One Law Protects Us All: Owners & Users 35. Codes of Best Practice SupportAcademic & Creative CommunitiesLINK 36. Is Your Use of Copyrighted Materials a Fair Use? 1. Did the unlicensed use transform the material takenfrom the copyrighted work by using it for a differentpurpose than that of the original, or did it just repeat thework 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 theuse?LINK 37. Transforma0ve Use is Fair Use Exercising Fair Use Reasoning Involves Cri0cal Thinking 38. Communities of Practice AssertTheir Fair Use Rights 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. Both Law and Educa6on Adapt to Changes in Technology and Society 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. PEER-TO-PEER FILE SHARING Goals for Todays 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. CONTACT: Renee Hobbs Founding Director Harrington School of Communica6on and Media University of Rhode Island Email: hobbs@uri.edu www.mediaeduca6onlab.com 44. Videos and More Resources Online: hap://mediaeduca6onlab.com 45. Transforming Educa0on Through Digital & Media Literacy REFLECT ACCESS ANALYZE CREATE ACT

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