How to read media?

Winners' projects of the media literacy multimedia contest

Winners' projects of the media literacy multimedia contest

December 2019

We publish the works of the winners of the first grant competition on creation of multimedia formats on the theme "media literacy". There were 21 applications for the contest held within the framework of "The Earth Is Flat - How to Read Media?" project. Six participants received mini-grants by jury decision.

Galina Sakharevich, professor of the Tomsk State University Higher School of Journalism and journalist, presented Digital Health, a website with tasks which allows to build more conscious consumption of information.

Video designer, media artist, photographer from St. Petersburg Marina Blinova developed "Information Delivery" — a service delivering information – simulator similar to the food delivery service.

Maria Stroiteleva, a 1st year student of the National Research University Higher School of Economics in the field of data journalism (Moscow), created an online game "Can you tell the difference between fake and truth?", which helps identify faikes.

Journalist Roman Zholud from Voronezh and artist from Orel Zakhar Yashchin presented explanatory cards “Filter Your Media Talk!” — explanatory cards telling about what forms of disinformation and manipulation can be found in the media.

Alla Shesterina, professor of the author's course "Media Psychology" at the Department of Journalism of Voronezh State University, presented the project "Media Reality" — is a series of video clips that explain the device of modern media space.

Designer from Irkutsk Maxim Goncharov created animated movies "Digital Hygiene" and "Voice Messages: pros and cons".