Tag Archives: Communication
[ November 1, 2012 12:00 am to November 30, 2012 12:00 am. ] The conference theme centres on whether and how the current economic crisis and its attendant gales of “creative destruction” may serve to reshape the geo-political and communication orders. Will this crisis prompt or enable multi-dimensional change in the prevailing forms and modes of mediated communication on the one hand, and in global power structures and [...]
[ July 8, 2012 12:00 am to July 12, 2012 12:00 am. ] The objective of the 2nd International Communication Studies Conference is to deliberate on the advances in academic, business, and professional communication in the global community. Organised by the Communication Studies Skills Unit, Centre for Academic Development, University of Botswana, the conference will be in two parts: a pre-conference workshop and the communication conference.
From their historical origins games have provided us with dramatic models of the fundamental activities of humankind, such as sowing and harvesting (mancala games), war (chess) and construction (puzzles). However, games based on the same activity change significantly depending on the place and time they belong to, and therefore a comparative analysis between traditional games [...]
Wide Angle Youth Media is a 501c3 non-profit that provides Baltimore youth with opportunities to tell their own stories using video technology, public speaking, and critical thinking skills. Through after school programs, community events, our annual Who Are You? Youth Media Festival, and our youth-run television show, Wide Angle strives to make media make a [...]
Communication for Peace in Action: Journalisms, Conflicts, Media Literacy and Alliance of Civilizations
Article from a book edited by ELOÍSA NOS ALDÁS, FATUMA AHMED ALI and JOSÉ IGNACIO MARTÍN GALÁN, and published by Universitat Jaume I. —————–
The UNESCO Chair of Philosophy for Peace-Interuniversity Institute for Social Development and Peace-IUDESP (Jaume I University) recently presented in Spain the new book Communication for Peace in Action: Journalisms, Conflicts, Media Literacy [...]
Highest Common Denominator Media Group is convinced that a growing market for more enlightened, smarter media exists. We believe that society is calling out for stories that define us not as enemies but as humans, that celebrate our universal sacred values – those values that unite all of humanity – and that given the increasingly [...]
[ March 16, 2012 12:00 am to March 17, 2012 12:00 am. ] The Celebration of Teaching & Learning continues to grow and flourish. Thanks to the collective wisdom of our partners and the 10,000+ educators who attend, it truly has become the “Davos” of education, gathering every quarter of the education workforce and shining the brightest possible spotlight on solutions rather than confrontation.
Celebration VII is off [...]
In December 2011 a two-day pilot workshop on Media Literacy was organized by the Mediainstitute Fojo (city of Kalmar, Sweden) in cooperation with the Swedish centre in Minsk. The seminar was coordinated and hosted by Ms. Carmilla Floyd and Marita Lindqvist, both journalists and writers.
The main goal of the past pilot workshop was to make [...]
Over 70% of teachers, students and parents involved in the Educational Netbook Pilot agree that the use of netbooks for school related activities has a positive impact on learners’ motivation in school and for learning. This result is part of the final evaluation of the Acer-European Schoolnet Educational Netbook Pilot that looked at the use [...]
The European Commission represents the general interest of the EU and is the driving force in proposing legislation (to Parliament and the Council), administering and implementing EU policies, enforcing EU law (jointly with the Court of Justice) and negotiating in the international arena.
The 2009 Safer Internet Work Programme sets out the priorities for activities to [...]