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Here are listings of institutions that focus on MIL and some related MIL materials/studies.
Center for Media and Information Literacy
The Center for Media and Information Literacy was established in 2012 at the Klein College of Media and Communication, Temple University as a hub for research, outreach, education, and professional development on issues involving media literacy and information literacy locally, nationally, and internationally.
The European Media and Information Literacy Forum
Its goal was to get the subjects of media and information literacy included in the curricula of schools across Europe, with a particular focus on educating disadvantaged groups.
Promotes international cooperation to ensure that all citizens have access to media and information competencies.
IREX supports libraries and librarians and conducts trainings on Media and Information Literacy.
According to their website, the organization is founded by a group of Kazakhstan journalists in 2004. MediaNet International Centre for Journalism is a non-governmental organization that "actively cooperates with Kazakhstan and international organizations working on the development of journalism and implementation of journalists’ rights and freedoms."
UNESCO facilitates MIL research and networking.
Relevant Documents / Studies
Investigate the relation between the media literacy and information literacy of students of communication science and information science and knowledge
his research aims to study the relation between the media literacy and information literacy of the students of the fields of communication science and information science and knowledge.
Media and Information Literacy: Reinforcing Human Rights, Countering Radicalization and Extremism
It is a relevant reference point to initiate discussion and offer perspectives to stakeholders seeking to apply MIL as a tool to counter violent extremism. There is evident need for evidence-based research, assessment and evaluation that can provide insight into the impact of media and information literacy on societies.
Media and information literacy is lifelong education component
The article describes the features of the European approach to media and information literacy.
The Media Literacy Index 2019: Just think about it
Finland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Sweden and Estonia top the Media Literacy Index 2019.
Full text of the report: https://osis.bg/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/MediaLiteracyIndex2019_-ENG.pdf
MIL Manual in Kazakhstan
Electronic version of the first media and information literacy training manual in Kazakhstan.
Promoting MIL in Libraries
This document describes how public libraries assist patrons and educational institutions in enhancing knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to critically engage with media and information.
Understanding Media and Information Literacy (MIL) in the Digital Age
The book consists of three parts. In the first part, a number of articles of a more general nature
discuss media and information literacy (MIL) as well as courses of development on national, regional and global levels. The focus in the second part is on Sweden, the host the UNESCO Global MIL Week Feature Conference in 2019. The articles in this part present current research findings, policy decisions and political initiatives and some examples of ‘best practices’ in various areas. The third part presents a new approach to MIL in a context of social change and Agenda 2030.
When the library steps in: Introducing media and information literacy as a programme for library professionals
This project report provides an overview of a seminar-workshop programme on MIL conducted at DLSU Libraries for public school teacher-librarians.