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Describing A Public Place – photography workshop

Image is illustrative. By Laura Dewilde on Unsplash.

This is a simple, introductory activity referring to two of the most determining parameters of audio-visual expression, namely framing and juxtaposition of shots. It also elaborates on the concepts of documentation and the inevitable subjectivity related to any visual description of a place, as this always represents a personal view resulting from the creator’s choices. Overall, this activity encourages the development of collective competences of communication between group members during the realization of a common product.

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European Media Literacy Standard for Youth Workers (EMELS)

The main goal of the project was to prepare a useful tool for youth workers to develop media and digital competencies, as well as to build a strong partnership between 7 organisations involved in the topic of media literacy in Europe. The project started in January 2017. The result of our work is an innovative media literacy training programme: European Media Literacy Standard for youth workers. It is complemented by educational materials and best practices developed on Media & Information Literacy Platform for Exchanging Educational Resources (MIL/PEER).