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NEW MEDIA
NEW MEDIA LITERACY
NEW METHODS IN EDUCATION

New Media approximation
The outline
A short history -include Prehistory of New Media
The New Media concept
The categorization of New Media
The complex grouping of Media (Richard & Bailey)
The rise of the Manovich Paradigm
Dramaturgy and Lesson planning?
How can New Media discover eLearning?
Conclusions

The New Media are assumed to be Old
the Old & New exist simultaneously
its digital/or network-based?
or Content produced by User Community?

Thank you for your attention.
Dr. Sándor Forgó
INTER-AND TRANSDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES

Sándor Forgó PhD
Károly Eszterházy College
Hungary
http://forgos.ektf.hu

*New Media:
„new media as material, encoding, cultural tendencies”

When the Old Media meets the New Media
Prehistory of New Media
Luther 95 theses(1517) – first modern media event
Vertov, Dziga (1920) – A Man with a Movie Camera,
Muster selection = Searching in database
Greenaway, P. – as a major ‘database filmmaker’ of the 20th century




Old vs. Convergent & Diversificated Media
The New Media concept
Wikipedia definitions
New media refers
to on-demand access
to content anytime, anywhere, on any digital device,
as well as interactive user feedback,
creative participation.
Another aspect of new media
is real-time generation
with unregulated content.
vs. Serendipity, Trial & Error learning (Thorndike)

New Media over Hardware &/or Web 2.0
Outline of Lev Manovich's The Language of New Media
Many New Media objects…
”do not tell stories;
they don't have beginning or end;
in fact, they don't have any development, thematically, formally
or otherwise which would organize their elements into a sequence.

Instead, they are collections of individual items, where every item has the same significance as any other.” (p.194)

Narrative vs. Database
http://apertura.hu/2009/osz/manovich
Occurrences of the term new media in EMI,
Source: Lengyel-Molnár: Eszterházy Károly College Hu- Eger,

by Carlton (2008)

Sequential and/or Random Learning?

The Solution: Human Cultural Interface

The grouping of Media in the Modern & Post-modern Era
by Carlton (2008)

I. 1870s -1980s - Mass media (Newspapers, broadcast)
II. 1990s - Masses of media (Digital channels)
III. 2000s – Me media (webBlogs, pers. publ.)
IV. 2004s – We media (participatory, citizen journalism)
V. New Media
Source: Richard Bailey: New-media

Dramaturgy and lesson planning?
The lesson planning is more than time management, it’s dramaturgy; it use is lot of emotional elements, it’s cathartic.

Administration, tuning
Homework control
Introduction
Preparation
Processing of foreground
Practice, application control
Repeat, consolidation

Such a flat lesson?

They all have different dynamics!
1. Slow development of more complication, the solution at the end
2. After a quick orientation of complications, prolonged slow, sophisticated solution

3. Slow effort by quick fix

4. Dynamic content development, pending solution

Learning Theory & New Media...
New Media based eLearning
by Content Arrangement!
nonlinear
random
irregular
emergent

Eger

We hope to meet you soon personally in our town!


Anno
Erlau Agria

Lyceum
Eger, Eszterházy Károly College
Hungary
2013
http://forgos.ektf.hu
http://slideshare.net/forgos
http://prezi.com e-mail: forgos@ektf.hu
The 2.2 modular component of the TÁMOP-4.2.2. C project provides an opportunity to launch a sub-project titled: New Media-based competences in the information transmission profession and the options provided by New Media. A section of the 2.2 module component of the TÁMOP 4.2.2 project titled New Media-based competences in the information transmission profession and the options provided by New Media focuses on the knowledge, competences, and value orientation of students related to New Media.

The present essay was prepared within the TÁMOP 4.2.2 C-11/1KONV-2012-0008 project titled ICT in the world of knowledge and learning: Human Performance Technology research and program development project. Said project is implemented with the co-financing of the European Union and the European Social Fund.
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