IAME Master Classes 2019 : Media Education, politics and society
02.09.2019 - 03.09.2019 webcal
Institute for Higher Social Communication Studies (IHECS) - Rue de l’Etuve 58-60, Brussels
Media education is more and more conveyed in the public debate either at national and international level. Links and bridges between our sector, society challenges and political issues are obviously important. This event offers the opportunity to explore and debate core and actual challenges, opportunities and threats related to Media education.
The annual event of our association is organized around core topics in a Master Class format. This format is not only having an input from a selected set of high level experts, but also the possibility to discover, explore and discuss these core topics in an interactive and dynamic format. During the 2 days, you will have the opportunity to participate in 2 different Master Classes. The agenda will also offer the possibility to discover and interact with EU commission representative around new initiatives.
And of course, it will give the opportunity to share your projects and initiatives, socialize with the members and also identify further developments for our association.
Master Class A: Big Data, Internet of Toys and The Privacy Paradox: Great Opportunity or Privacy Nightmare?
Moderator: Gianna Cappello – Experts: Stephane Chaudron and Chris Pinchen. This Master Class will be held in English on Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 September .
Master Class B: Defining and evaluating media literacy as competences based on different frameworks
Moderator: Paul de Theux – Expert: Pierre Fastrez. This Master Class will be held in English on Monday 2 September only.
Master Class C: Between Protection and Social Scoring – How does Media Education relate to Control and Regulation?
Moderator: Ida Pöttinger – Experts: Benjamin Thull and Prof. Dr. Andreas Büsch. This Master Class will be held in English on Tuesday 3 September only.
In this master class, two issues of media regulation will be discussed : New efforts in the area of child protection as well as official and covert assessments of individuals. Are commercial services really to blame even when governments collect data to evaluate individuals ? There are more and more rating systems (e.g. in China) which influence the social situation of users. Behind the different types of assessment and restriction are cultural and ethical principles which media educators should be aware of.
Master Class D: Global Efforts in Media Literacy: Challenges and Opportunities: international perspectives
Moderator: Evelyne Brumder-Bevort – Expert: Carolyn Wilson. This Master Class will be held in English on Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 September.