MEDIA LITERACIES ROUNDTABLE
Media Literacies for a Living World
SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 2017 • 09:00-11:15a
What is Life? Conference-Experience
University of Oregon in Portland
Chair: Mark Johnson, Philosophy, University of Oregon
• W. James Potter, Communication, University of California, Santa Barbara
• Renee Hobbs, Communication Studies, University of Rhode Island
• Ed Madison, Journalism/Media Partnership, University of Oregon
• Divina Frau-Meigs, Sociology, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3, France
• Jeremy Swartz and Carl Bybee, Media Studies, University of Oregon
• Antonio López, Communications & Media Studies, John Cabot University, Italy
Cosponsors: Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs, Knight Chair in Communication Research, School of Journalism and Communication, and Turnbull Portland Center.
— Juan-Carlos Molleda (@GlobalPRMolleda) April 8, 2017
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• Hobbs, Renee. Exploring the Roots of Digital and Media Literacy Through Personal Narrative. Temple University Press, 2016.
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• López, Antonío. “Ecomedia Literacy for Environmental Sustainability.” In Yee, Sin Joan, and Sherri Hope Culver. Media and Information Literacy for the Sustainable Development Goals. International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media, Nordicom, 2015.
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• Osuna-Acedo, Sara, Divina Frau-Meigs, Lucía Camarero-Cano, Adeline Bossu, Raquel Pedrosa, and Darco Jansen. “Intercreativity and Interculturality in the Virtual Learning Environments of the ECO MOOC Project.” In Open Education: from OERs to MOOCs, pp. 161-187. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2017.
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• Tatone, Jenny. Integrating Contemplative Learning into New Media Literacy: Heightening Self-Awareness and Critical Consciousness for Enriched Relationships with and within New Media Ecologies. Master of Science (committee: Carl Bybee/chair, Ed Madison, Chris Chávez, et al.), University of Oregon, 2016.
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