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Routledge Handbook of Media Education Futures Post-Pandemic

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“The Handbook is a highly relevant and timely resource for negotiating the post-pandemic challenges in and through media education. It is impressive in its inclusion of diverse voices from around the globe- from veterans of the field to emerging scholars and educators- and through them addressing every important dimension of the vast terrain of Media Education- inclusion, infodemic, professional development, practice and education, policy, and participation. Using an approach that is both academically rigorous and at the same time accessible, and providing rich insights as well as a broad perspective, the Handbook will be valuable to students, educators, policy makers , MIL practitioners and scholars.”
Manisha Pathak-Shelat, Professor of Communication and Digital Platforms and Strategies, MICA, India

“A comprehensive look at media literacy education during a period of world crisis, this book offers the reader a variety of perspectives, case studies, and examples of how the online world has allowed for the continuation of scholarship in the field. It also accurately portrays problems faced by individuals given the communication vortex of information, and lack thereof, at times when the online world does not captivate learners and halts development. Furthermore, this resource considers the viewpoints of a wide range of researchers and educators through essays, conversations, and reflections, providing perspectives that capture a moment in time which affected a fragmented global community.”
Belinha S. De Abreu, PhD., Sacred Heart University, USA

“Although the pandemic upended schooling, educators around the world rose to the occasion. This comprehensive volume captures the rich palette of teaching adaptations, pedagogical innovations and policy interventions that emerged in the wake of covid-19. It is a veritable trove of wisdom and inspiration.”
Sun Sun Lim, PhD, Professor of Communication and Technology, Head of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Singapore University of Technology and Design

“This handbook on media education futures post-pandemic is an important contribution to the media literacy field. The international authors and especially the editors are people who have their fingers on the pulse of media literacy activity that is exploding throughout the world. The publication of the handbook is a timely and insightful addition to understanding the international ecosystem of media literacy as we reflect on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The humanistic framework of the handbook provides a fresh and much-needed perspective on the diverse practices of media education in different parts of the world. Students, scholars and libraries would benefit from having this testament of the innovative ways media educators found ways to practice media literacy under a global pandemic.”
Tessa Jolls, President and CEO, Center for Media Literacy, Contributing Scientist, UCLouvain, Belgium

"The post-pandemic society is vastly different to what it was before – Therefore, it needs post-pandemic (media) education as a way forward, adapting media educational programs, theories, and concepts of practice to the phenomena of pandemic and post-pandemic media practices.

In this context, The Routledge Handbook of Media Education Futures Post-Pandemic, assembled globally by international experts, shows the conceptual horizons as well as the methodological paths of an advanced and contemporary media education, facing the future of media society and focusing on the spheres through which individuals and societies get empowered to be or to become sovereigns of themselves."

Thomas Bauer, Dr. phil. Dr. hc., em.O. Univ.Prof. ,Department of Communication, University of Vienna, Austria, President European Society for Education and Communication (ESEC), Foundig president OKTO Community TV Vienna

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Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
532
ISBN
9781032225036
Utgivelsesår
2022
Format
25 x 17 cm

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“The Handbook is a highly relevant and timely resource for negotiating the post-pandemic challenges in and through media education. It is impressive in its inclusion of diverse voices from around the globe- from veterans of the field to emerging scholars and educators- and through them addressing every important dimension of the vast terrain of Media Education- inclusion, infodemic, professional development, practice and education, policy, and participation. Using an approach that is both academically rigorous and at the same time accessible, and providing rich insights as well as a broad perspective, the Handbook will be valuable to students, educators, policy makers , MIL practitioners and scholars.”
Manisha Pathak-Shelat, Professor of Communication and Digital Platforms and Strategies, MICA, India

“A comprehensive look at media literacy education during a period of world crisis, this book offers the reader a variety of perspectives, case studies, and examples of how the online world has allowed for the continuation of scholarship in the field. It also accurately portrays problems faced by individuals given the communication vortex of information, and lack thereof, at times when the online world does not captivate learners and halts development. Furthermore, this resource considers the viewpoints of a wide range of researchers and educators through essays, conversations, and reflections, providing perspectives that capture a moment in time which affected a fragmented global community.”
Belinha S. De Abreu, PhD., Sacred Heart University, USA

“Although the pandemic upended schooling, educators around the world rose to the occasion. This comprehensive volume captures the rich palette of teaching adaptations, pedagogical innovations and policy interventions that emerged in the wake of covid-19. It is a veritable trove of wisdom and inspiration.”
Sun Sun Lim, PhD, Professor of Communication and Technology, Head of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Singapore University of Technology and Design

“This handbook on media education futures post-pandemic is an important contribution to the media literacy field. The international authors and especially the editors are people who have their fingers on the pulse of media literacy activity that is exploding throughout the world. The publication of the handbook is a timely and insightful addition to understanding the international ecosystem of media literacy as we reflect on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The humanistic framework of the handbook provides a fresh and much-needed perspective on the diverse practices of media education in different parts of the world. Students, scholars and libraries would benefit from having this testament of the innovative ways media educators found ways to practice media literacy under a global pandemic.”
Tessa Jolls, President and CEO, Center for Media Literacy, Contributing Scientist, UCLouvain, Belgium

"The post-pandemic society is vastly different to what it was before – Therefore, it needs post-pandemic (media) education as a way forward, adapting media educational programs, theories, and concepts of practice to the phenomena of pandemic and post-pandemic media practices.

In this context, The Routledge Handbook of Media Education Futures Post-Pandemic, assembled globally by international experts, shows the conceptual horizons as well as the methodological paths of an advanced and contemporary media education, facing the future of media society and focusing on the spheres through which individuals and societies get empowered to be or to become sovereigns of themselves."

Thomas Bauer, Dr. phil. Dr. hc., em.O. Univ.Prof. ,Department of Communication, University of Vienna, Austria, President European Society for Education and Communication (ESEC), Foundig president OKTO Community TV Vienna

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