Our goal (in the Media Education Centre) is to motivate citizens that have an unsatisfactory level of digital skills to enter the educational process of Digital and Media Literacy to enlarge possibilities to find work, use online services, to have a better quality of life, to be inter-active included in today’s society.
Why do we believe that All Digital can help us?
Because digital innovation creates the application of digital technology having in mind existing life problems. Digital innovations lead to digital transformation and in today’s developing society, many movements recognize that they need to transform, innovate, and adopt new technology in order to stay progressive.
What are we trying to do?
- A few years ago, it was time to bring digital and media literacy into the mainstream of our communities.
- People need the ability to access, analyze and engage in critical thinking about the selection of messages they receive and send in order to make important decisions about the everyday issues they face regarding health, work, politics, education and leisure.
- Most people today live in “always connected” homes with hundreds of TV channels, broadband Internet access, and smartphones offering on-screen, interactive actions at the touch of a fingertip.
- In our age of information overload, people need to dedicate and allocate the important resource of human attention to quality, high-value messages that have real relevance to their lives.
How do we motivate people to accept digital transformation?
- Make responsible choices and access information by locating and sharing materials and comprehending information and ideas
- Analyze messages in a variety of forms by identifying the author, purpose and point of view, and evaluating the quality and credibility of the content
- Create content in a variety of forms, making use of language, images, sound, and new digital tools and technologies
- Reflect on one’s own conduct and communication behaviour by applying social responsibility and ethical principles
- Take social action by working individually and collaboratively to share knowledge and solve problems in the family, workplace and community, and by participating as a member of a community