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The Salzburg Academy's Global Media Literacy curriculum and lesson plans are being updated with six additional dynamic lesson modules.
These LESSON MODULES are global case studies and lesson plans created by students and faculty of the Salzburg Academy – and now in use in over a hundred countries. Click on the buttons below to see them:
In fall 2011, the Academy Faculty released A Tethered World, a study that explores the mobile habits and dispositions of university students from around the world. 793 students from 8 Universities from around the world participated in a 24-hour mobile information tracking exploration and reflection to answer the question:How have mobile technologies changed the information habits of a digital generation?
The study was featured in a Huffington Post Story last fall.
You can find the full study at: A Tethered World
UNESCO Releases Freedom of Expression Toolkit
UNESCO is currently seeking interested organizations to participate in the review process of the Freedom of Expression Toolkit: A Guide to The Concepts and Issues for High School and Pre-University Students. For more information please contact Mr. Ming-Kuok Lim at email@example.com
Download a Review Copy of the Tookit here: Freedom of Expression Toolkit
The Salzburg Academy on Media & Global Change is a multi-dimensional initiative that provides curricular materials, training and support for journalism schools, programs and classrooms across the world.
Learn how you can help promote global awareness and understanding:
Academy Faculty Collaborate on New Book!
To read more about the book, sample chapters, and help spread the world, please CLICK HERE
THE WORLD UNPLUGGED
Take a look at our 2011 study that asked 1000 students in 10 countries on five continents to give up all media for 24 hours.
Led by ICMPA and conducted with a dozen university partners of the Salzburg Academy.