• The education system should include specialized training in ICTs, and in media and information literacy (MIL).

    UNESCO: World Press Freedom Day 2012

  • Improve media and information literacy and encourage the development and use of OER in open standard digital formats.

    UNESCO: 2012 PARIS OER DECLARATION

  • They agreed that an information literacy citizenry is required to mobilize an effective civil society and create a competitive workforce.

    UNESCO: OFFICE IN DHAKA

  • He also stressed how corporate self-regulation, and media and information literacy for users, could protect privacy and freedom of expression.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • The conference was followed by a training session on media and information literacy, attended by information professionals from public institutions of Morocco.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • The production of the Media and Information Literacy Curriculum for Teachers.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • Information Literacy is a prerequisite for participating effectively in an Information Society.

    UNESCO: OFFICE IN DHAKA

  • The Information Literacy development is one of the priorities of the Strategic Plan of the UNESCO Information for All Programme (IFAP).

    UNESCO: Communication and Information

  • The programme will kick off tomorrow with a workshop to prepare a Moroccan adaptation of the UNESCO Media and Information Literacy Curriculum for Teachers.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • Participants of the meeting that was held from 20 to 23 September 2003 declared Information Literacy is a basic human right to life long learning.

    UNESCO: OFFICE IN DHAKA

  • Information Literacy was defined as the ability to identify, locate, evaluate, organize and effectively create, use and communicate information to address an issue or problem.

    UNESCO: OFFICE IN DHAKA

  • They discussed the introduction of media and information literacy into the education policy in Morocco, and the role of teachers and librarians in this process.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • Media and information literacy (MIL) empowers citizens with skills to become the centre of the knowledge society and the democratic, development and good governance processes.

    UNESCO: Communication and Information

  • Sayers, Richard: Principles of awareness-raising: Information literacy, a case study .

    UNESCO: Raising awareness about Information Literacy

  • Media and Information Literacy Curriculum for Teachers and Model Curricula for Journalism Education were highlighted as effective tools for the advancement of journalism excellence.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • The launch of the initiative took place during the First International Forum on Media and Information Literacy, held from 15 to 17 June 2011 in Fez, Morocco.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • It is the first in a series of capacity development activities relating to information literacy and is being held in the University of the West Indies Main Library.

    UNESCO: Communication and Information

  • Prior to the seminar, librarians from Jamaica and Uganda worked on a set of draft modules covering all areas of information literacy for discussion and amplification at the workshop.

    UNESCO: Communication and Information

  • The highlighting ethical standards in digital age, media concentration impacts on media's role, hate-speech and self-regulations, challenges to investigative journalism and Media and Information Literacy in both Urdu print and electronic media.

    UNESCO: COMMUNICATION & INFORMATION

  • For 2012, work has commenced on the UNESCO Media and Information Literacy Curricula from the Communication and Information Sector and the General History of Africa Curricula from the Culture Sector.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • To this end, UNESCO will be promoting the inclusion of MIL in formal and non-formal education systems through its Model Media and Information Literacy Curriculum for Teacher Education, which will be released soon.

    UNESCO: Communication and Information

  • The outcomes of awareness campaigns may in turn be shared with others through the International Information Literacy Resources Directory recently launched by the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) and UNESCO.

    UNESCO: Raising awareness about Information Literacy

  • Media and Information Literacy has become critically important in Morocco since the adoption of its new constitution in 2011, in which articles 25 and 27 guarantee freedom of expression and freedom of information.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • This is the reason why Information Literacy is so important, because, without it, the Information Society will never be able to rise to its ll potential and will remain, instead, only an unrealized dream.

    UNESCO: OFFICE IN DHAKA

  • "It is hoped that the various approaches and strategies suggested in this publication will serve to stimulate further discussion about Information Literacy and inspire innovative new awareness-raising campaigns", states the introduction to the manual.

    UNESCO: OFFICE IN DHAKA

  • The programme aims to help Moroccan citizens more effectively engage with media and the Internet and to develop critical competencies in using information by placing Media and Information Literacy in the formal national school curricula.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • Apart from empowering teachers from the Zithobeni community, the training will also test some models of UNESCO's Draft Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Curriculum in order to subsequently adapt it for the needs of rural communities.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • Both the UNESCO and the IFLA representatives announced that their Organizations will very shortly establish a mid-term strategic plan of cooperation for covering areas such as libraries and community access, information literacy and the role of libraries to ensure cultural diversity.

    UNESCO: Communication et information

  • Media and information literacy, through which individuals acquire a combination of technical and cognitive skills to seek, evaluate and use information effectively, develop critical thinking and acquire the behaviours for life-long learning, is becoming the engine of education in the 21st century.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • Promoting information literacy as one of the three main priorities of UNESCO's Infomation forr All Programme, which recognizes it as an efficient tool for empowering people in all walks of life to seek, evaluate, use and create information effectively to achieve their personal, social, occupational and educational goals.

    UNESCO: Raising awareness about Information Literacy

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