How to read media?
Understanding the Media
About the Project
What Is It?
Who Came up with It?
Others about Us
What Did We Turn the News into
On April 13, in the framework of our project “The Earth Is Flat - How to read media?”, in the Pavilion on New Holland Island in St. Petersburg, Alexander Amzin gave a lecture “What Did We Turn the News into”.
* The video is in Russian
End of the world
The Internet mazes
The gadgets: harm or good?
The reading and discussion of Andrei Ivanov's play "It's All Her"
The new world of digital literacy
The report “Mysteries of Generation Z”
People Harass You on Instagram — What Should You Do?
Optimistic Program to Combat Fake News - in Science and Other Areas
The Content We Create
How Did I Buy into This?
The Teacher in Cyberspace: the Victim, the Defender, or the Warden?
Why Should Media Form Communities?
On the Internet like in the Wild West
How the Panic about Digital Influence in the Past and Present Was Established
New Sensitivity: What is Hidden Behind a New Language of Emotions and How to Survive in the World of Offended Feelings
How and Why to Tell Stories in the Digital World
Why Do we Spread Fake News Around?
To Build Media As a Community
Media Is a Verb
I'm not Other. We Are All Different
Old Concepts in the New Information Environment
Learning to Communicate on the Web
Journalistic Fakes and Failures. Where Do They Come from?
The New Media & the Old Lies
Factcheck or Don't Be Afraid of Being Yourself
Forest of Hate
The Way: What Will You Choose?
A Day in Info's Life
Simply Put, Cyberbullying
Two Points of View on Hate Speech
Mozart and Salieri
Talk to Her
How to Expose a Fake?
So What's Out There Offline?
Trust, but Verify!