Lesen, Surfen, Chatten, Sliden

Büsch, Andreas
May 2014
Bibliotheksdienst;May2014, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p369
Trade Publication
Media literacy is an often used term which is rarely precisely defined. Unfortunately, it is often reduced to its technical aspects. In order to present the specific challenges involved with teaching media literacy to people of different age groups you need to have a closer understanding of the seven subsidiary skills media literacy is made up of. Finally the question of what has to be done to guarantee good quality media education for all ages needs to be answered.


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