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Volition in Media Literacy and Pedagogy

by Olli Vesterinen, Media Education Research Group, University of Helsinki

Olli Vesterinen

on 9 January 2017

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Transcript of Volition in Media Literacy and Pedagogy

in Media Literacy and Pedagogy

Constructs of
Proc. Knowledge
Decl. Knowledge
Collective activities
Authority of knowledge
Users as producers
Checking the reliability of knowledge
Teaching media literacy
Learners' willingness to participate and spontaneous use of media; Teacher's interest in learners use of media
User created / generated content
Collaborative processes in web
Nature and representation of knowledge
The factors of reliability in web
A pair of learners construct a cmap (digital concept map) about their use, consumption and production of media
Importing images, videos and hyperlinks to cmap
Saving the process with CmapTools Recorder function and the whole file to web (e.g. OPH cmap server)
Joint discussion of each cmap and its construction process. Comparison and discussion about learners' use, consumption and production of media
CmapTools example
Kynäslahti, H., Vesterinen, O., Lipponen, L.,
Vahtivuori-Hänninen, S. & Tella, S. (2008).
Towards Volitional Media Literacy through Web 2.0.
Educational Technology, vol. 48(5), pp. 3–9.
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