Category Archives: audio media literacy
November 17, 2011Posted by on
A skills training programme for web-based multi-media tailor-made to local requirements and organizational focus of participants
“I & EAR” is a mobile training programme and adaptable educational service based on a methodology of listening. It enhances communication and conversation skills through the practice of audio-media production. The programme encourages a creative and critical self-development through a skills training for content production beginning with the direct environment, professional and daily life of the participants; and offers opportunities of empowerment through a focus on the training of trainers. The training is practicing a combination of audio-media skills, a creative use of information communication technologies (ICTs) and oral history methods with a view on demystifying the production of Media.
The programme can be called upon and hired by community centers, activist organizations or initiatives, arts and cultural centers or outreach projects, libraries, museums, archives, radio stations, university research centers, media schools or art colleges, development organizations and peace initiatives, to name just a few.
“Media as a Means of Community Development & Communities as Agents of Media Development,” motto of the NO-GO-ZONES audio radio project.
November 11, 2010Posted by on
Demystifying the production of Media
Learning through listening
Bridging gaps of literacy by training in audio media
Sculpting sound & voice to media content
Developing new tools & sites for local media production
Exploring new broadcast methods
Creating media resources from local knowledge
Developing channels of distribution for local knowledge & production
Uncovering a collective “writing” of History & Media
Developing local expertise through the training of media trainers
Net-working with audio media productions & projects
bringing media skills & production to the hands of listeners