European Literacy Network

Schedule

Day 1

9.00-10.00
Welcome

  • Welcome and tour by Jonathan Shaw, Director of DMLL
  • Message from ELT by Rui Alves
  • Overview of the Training School by Luis Pereira and Daniel Villar-Onrubia

10.00-10.30
DigComp Framework, Riina Vuorikari (Joint Research Centre – European Commission) 

10.30-11.30
Skills for a [Fake] Digital World, Igor Kanižaj (University of Zagreb) 

11.35-12.30
Presentations session #1, Moderated by Igor Kanižaj  

  • How media literacy supports civic engagement? A taxonomical approach, Lara Burton
  • Technology, the power of the mass-media public? Marian Popovici

12.30-13.00
Lunch Break  

13.00-13.30
Posters session 

  • M-Learning at EOI, Tiscar Lara
  • Assess to improve students’ digital skills, Maria Raquel Patrício
  • Models and frameworks posters

13.30-14.30
Coventry experiences in Digital Fluency 

  • Digital Fluency as a Pillar in CU Education Strategy, Martin Jenkins
  • Digital Literacy Mapping, Imran Ali and Linda Martin  
  • Digital Leaders Project, Holly Singleton

14.30-15.30
Hands-on session #1 

Definitions, models and frameworks 

Day 2

9.00-9.45
Digital Competence in Non-Formal Education, Maria José Brites (Lusophone University of Porto; University of Minho) 

9.45-10.45
Presentations session #2. Moderated by Maria José Brites 

  • Digital Literacy in Social Science and Humanities disciplines, Panayiota Tsatsou
  • Motivational and self-regulation competencies to prevent dropout and enhance individual performance in Massive Online Open Courses, Elena Gonzalez Tinoco
  • A model for assessing critical media literacy of university journalism students, Sofia Theodosiadou

10.45-11.45
Literacy + Digital = ?? – A framework for literacy levels in digital contexts: basic, advanced, powerful digital literacies, Julian McDougall (University of Bournemouth) 

12.00-13.00
Lunch Break

13.00-13.45
Polymedia Literacies Workshop, Maria-Carolina Cambre (Concordia University) 

13.45-14.15
Transmedia Literacy, Carlos A. Scolari (Pompeu Fabra University) 

14.15-15.15
Hands-on session #2: Assessment Tools 

15.15-15.45
Radio for Young People – Assessment of Daily Life Competences
Maria José Brites

Day 3

9.00-9.30
Takeaways 

9.30-10.00
Hands-on session #3 

10.00-11.00
From Digital Literacy to Digital Capability – moves from DL skills to the use of DL for engagement – educational, social, civic. Final talk by Julian McDougall, in conversation with Andew Turner (Coventry University)  

11.00
Final Conclusions and Farewell