The consumption and production of information characterize the functioning structure of modern societies. Therefore, it is essential to develop skills that allow the individual to live in a safe and responsible way with the media, their tools and their products.
Media and Information Literacy can be defined as a competence that allows the individual to access, analyze, create and use written, visual, sound information in its different contexts and in a critical, intentional and responsible manner. Thus, it demands the mobilization of knowledge about the media and its functioning, development of skills for understanding, evaluating and producing information, as well as the impetus to apply it to the demands of their daily lives.
It is, above all, a way of thinking about the consumption and production of information in all its formats and is thus present in the Common National Curricular Base. Not as an isolated curricular discipline, but as a necessary approach for the dissemination of knowledge in all areas.
- Training in Basic Competencies for MIL: 1. Access and recovery 2. Understanding and evaluation. 3: Creation and use.
- Development and Evaluation of Pedagogical Tools for Media and Information Literacy
- MIL and Bilingualism: Guidelines for International Education
- Elaboration of projects in AMI