Sara Pereira, Joana Fillol & Pedro Moura
2018 | Universidade do Minho/ Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Sociedade (CECS)/ MILOBS
“This is the fourth Agenda of a collection that intends to propose a set of activities that allow or inspire the promotion of Media Literacy in learning institutions, formal or non-formal. This particular publication comes within the scope of an European project entitled TRANSLITERACY – TRANSMEDIA LITERACY: Exploiting transmedia skills and informal learning strategies to improve formal education (GA 645238 / Horizon 2020 – Research and Innovation Actions). It is a study involving eight countries, including Portugal, and that at the University of Minho was developed at the Communication and Society Research Centre. Based on a mixed methodology, but focused mainly on qualitative methods, the project wanted to study, analyze and understand the skills that teenagers acquire out of school, especially with and through media, and produce an activity kit for teachers in order to encourage the integration of these informal learnings into formal learning contexts. It is within this framework that this Agenda emerges, with 15 activities and several resources to ‘Bring the Media to School'”[Introductory note].