Media and Information Literacy for the Sustainable Development Goals

MILID Yearbook 2015

The UNITWIN Cooperation Programme on Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue (MILID) is based on an initiative from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the UN Alliance of Civilizations (UNAoC). The main objectives of the UNITWIN network are to foster collaboration among member universities, to build capacity in each of the countries in order to empower them to advance media and information literacy and intercultural dialogue, and to promote freedom of speech, freedom of information and the free flow of ideas and knowledge. The MILID university network now consists of 17 universities from all regions of the world.

The year 2015 is a pivotal year as it marks the end of the period during which the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were to be reached and the year in which new global development targets are to be set.

The MILID Yearbook 2015 provides a case for media and information literacy (MIL) as a tool for open and inclusive sustainable development. It draws on research findings, theories and practices of MIL, and developments focusing on the theme identified for the 2015 MILID Yearbook: Media and Information Literacy for the Sustainable Development Goals.

This third MILID Yearbook is a joint initiative of the UNESCO-UNAOC University Cooperation Programme on Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue (MILID) published by Nordicom’s International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media.

Content

The MILID Dividend: A Conceptual Framework for MILID in the Glocal Society

Thomas Röhlinger

Media and Information Literacy Education: Fundamentals for Global Teaching and Learning

Carolyn Wilson
Tessa Jolls

Editorial Advisory Board

Foreword

Preface

Introduction

Towards a Global Media and Information Literacy Movement in Support of the Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainable Development through Teaching and Learning

Explore, Engage, EmpowerModel: Integrating Media and Information Literacy (MIL) for Sustainable Development in Communication Education Curriculu

Jose Reuben Q. AlagaranII

From Information Skills for Learning to Media and Information Literacy. A Decade of Transition in South Asia: 2004-2014

Jagtar Singh

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Literacy for Sustainable Development

Anubhuti Yadav

Media and Information Literacy: New Opportunities for New Challenges

Jordi Torrent

From Living Rooms to Classrooms: “Turn on the Lights” of Mobile Learning in MENA

Ibrahim Mostafa Saleh

Media and Information Literacy in Higher Education in India

Harinder Pal Singh Kalra

Information Literacy Initiatives at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo

Senada Dizdar
Lejla Hajdarpašić

Media Organizations, Information Providers, and Freedom of Expression

Measuring Media and Information Literacy: Implications for the Sustainable Development Goals

Alton Grizzle

Data Literacy: An Emerging Responsibility for Libraries

Tibor Koltay

MIL Policies in Europe 2004-2014: The Uniqueness of a Policy and its Connection to UNESCO

José Manuel Pérez Tornero
Tomás Durán Becerra
Santiago Tejedor Calvo

Information Freedom and GAPMIL in Asia-Pacific Region: Challenges and Suggested Action Plan

Kyoko Murakami

MIL Empowerment for an Enhanced Democracy: An India Perspective

Neelima Mathur

Impact of Social Media on Political Participation of Egyptian Youth

Sally S. Tayie

Media Literacy and Political Campaigns in Nigeria

Adebisi O. Taiwo

WeOwnTV: Survivors Speak Out in Sierra Leone

Kathleen Tyner

Media and Information Literacy in Bangladesh: A Case Study of East West University

Dilara Begum

Linguistic Diversity and Intercultural Dialogue

Measuring Linguistic Diversity in Indian Online Scenario

K S Arul Selvan

Muses on Information Literacy, Media Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue: A Coffee and Tea Shop Application

Forest Woody Horton Jr.

Media Wise: Empowering Responsible Religious Leadership in the Digital Age

Ogova Ondego

Intercultural Dialogue and the Practice of Making Video Letters between Japanese and Chinese Schools

Jun Sakamoto

Towards a Global Strategy for Media and Information Literacy

José Manuel Pérez Tornero
Santiago Tejedor
Marta Portalés Oliva

Gender Equality and Persons with Disabilities

Communication Strategies for Effective Participation of Women in Healthcare Programmes in Rural Nigeria

Adebola Adewunmi Aderibigbe
Anjuwon Josiah Akinwande

Women’s Life-Skills Education through Local Cultural Arts: Enhanced by Media and Information Literacy

Mia Rachmiati
Syarif Maulana

Information Literacy among People with Disabilities

Manukonda Rabindranath
Sujay Kapil

Towards a Frame work of Media and Information Literacy Education for Children with Disabilities: A Global Entitlement

Vedabhyas Kundu

Advancing Knowledge Societies: Environment, Health and Agriculture

Ecomedia Literacy for Environmental Sustainability

Antonio López

Beyond Training the Trainers: Engaging the Grass Roots in China’s Public Health Campaigns

Cornelius B. Pratt
Ying Hu

News Kills: Media Literacy and Health Education

Li Xiguang
Zhao Pu
Ouyang Chunxue

Role of Agricultural Information Literacy in Agricultural Knowledge Mobilization

Inder Vir Malhan

Contributors

Publisher: 
Nordicom
Published: 
2015-06
Pages: 
334
ISBN: 
978-91-87957-13-0
Language: 
English
Type: 
Printed, PDF
Series: 
The MILID Yearbook
250,00 kr
28,00 EUR