A team of an educational project on media literacy will come to Voronezh. Teachers of Moscow universities, media experts and producers will hold a workshop for teenagers, give a lecture and arrange a training for teachers. All events are free, but prior registration is required, as the audience capacity is limited. The project's venue will be the Petrovsky Book Club.
The first meeting is a lecture from the author of the book “Digital Etiquette: How not to annoy each other on the Internet” by Olga Lukinova. On Friday, January 31, she will talk about how to be polite on the Internet, not to overstep with the interlocutor in email correspondence, and not to annoy people in instant messengers.
From January 31 to February 2, a three-day workshop for teenagers from 12 to 17 years will take place. Participants will be taught to present themselves in social networks, how to expose fakes, defend themselves against cyberbullying and correctly conduct online disputes. In addition, they will acquire practical skills in recording podcasts and editing videos and cartoons using a mobile phone.
And on Saturday, February 1, there will be a training for teachers on media literacy. It will go on for 5.5 hours with a lunch break.
Educational Media Literacy Project Team “The Earth Is Flat - How to Read Media?” already visited Kaliningrad, Vladivostok, Novosibirsk, Syktyvkar, Arkhangelsk, Tomsk and other cities of Russia.