Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie

Media Education as a Challenge

  • Contents
    Sławomir Ratajski
    Introduction 7
    Wojciech Józef Burszta
    The Digital Condition: Mediatised Barbarity 29
    Riel Miller
    Futures Literacy, Media Literacy and the Capability Approach
    to Freedom 47
    Grzegorz Ptaszek
    From Algorithmic Surveillance to Algorithmic Awareness:
    Media Education in the Context of New Media Economics and
    Invisible Technologies 59
    Divina Frau-Meigs
    Disinformation, Radicalisation and Other Information
    Disorders: Lessons Learnt for Media and Information
    Literacy 75
    Leo Munyao Mutisya Countering Fake News and Hate Speech in Kenya: A Case for
    Sustained Media Literacy Programmes 97
    Wiesław Godzic
    Media Semiotic Guerrilla Warfare Versus Image Warfare 123
    Ryszard W. Kluszczyński
    On the Languages of Media and Postmedia Art 141 
  • Prot Jarnuszkiewicz
    Specificity, Perception and Teaching of Contemporary Visual
    Language: Needs and Challenges 163
    Jakub Wróblewski
    Art as a Field of Experiment in Creating a Message 183
    Piotr Francuz
    Entangled in the Media: Cognitive Neuroscience
    Perspective 201
    Agnieszka Ogonowska
    Media Education in the Context of (Cyber)psychology:
    New Perspectives, Tools and Strategies of Studying Media
    and Their Users 219
    Dorota Żelechowska
    The Significance of Psychological Training Programmes
    in Media Education: The Case of Człowiek 2.0 [Human 2.0]
    Training Programme 237
    Rafał Lew-Starowicz
    Media Education in Polish Education System 251
    Mateja Rek
    Challenges of Raising and Educating Children in Slovenia
    to Be Smart About Digital Media 265
    Zuzanna Wiorogórska
    The Role of Libraries in Media Education 283

    Michał Federowicz
    Education and Technology 295
    Notes on the Contributors 314
    Media, Information and Digital Education Model (MIDEM) 323
    Introduction 325
    Why ‘Media, Information and Digital Education’? 335
    Research review 342
    The psychological and cognitive aspects of using MIDEM
    in education 346
    The media, information and digital professional and personal
    literacy of teachers. What we need for teaching and learning
    from others 348
    Professional media, information and digital literacy 352
    Personal media, information and digital literacy 359
    Core recommendations for institutions involved in media,
    information and digital education 363
    Examples of best practice 370
    About the Authors 385