Open Access
UNESCO and AU's Media and Information Literacy Course

 

Open Access
UNESCO and AU's Media and Information Literacy Course

General Directions

Suggested Study Schedule: Since this is an open access course, you are free to study one, some or all of the units. Each one has been written to stand alone, with its own suggested learning activities; units 2-10 have a short quiz. Completing each quiz with a minimum of 65% (over three tries, if necessary) will result in a Certificate of Completion being issued to you automatically.

Although there is no requirement to complete any or all of the course, you are more likely to complete it if you access the course on a regular schedule.

Suggested Unit Activities/ Share with Others: The “Suggested Unit Activities” and “Share with Others” sections of each unit are included for your benefit. We suggest that you go through the course with friends, relatives, or colleagues who have an interest in this topic. That way, you can benefit from sharing information and ideas about Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue.

Journal Entries: You may find that completing journal entries for each unit is useful for organizing your thoughts. If you are taking the course with friends, relatives, or colleagues, you may wish to share your journals with them.  Please read the My Journal of Learning Experiences page for some suggestions.

Problems with the Website: If you have any questions or difficulties with the course online, please email miladmin@athabascau.ca and someone will respond to assist you.

 

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