New Catalogue is now available
In 2014 we published a reviewed version of the „Catalogue of Media, Information and Digital Competencies” – a comprehensive programme of media education for children, young people and adults.
The aim of the Catalogue is to answer the very basic question: „what do we really mean by media literacy?”. It covers a broad spectrum of topics: from information use, through media language, ethics and law, to economical aspects of media. It is a map of information, media and digital literacy, which allows identification of knowledge, skills and attitudes for every age group in different thematic fields.
The Catalogue is a result of work of many scholars, practictioners, teachers and librarians interested in media, information and digital literacy.
First and foremost we would like to thank our team of experts and consultants: Wojciech Budzisz, Maria Cywińska, Radek Czajka, Anna Justyna Dąbrowska, Piotr Drzewiecki, Dorota Głowacka, Waldemar Gnoiński, Dorota Górecka, Anna Gruhn, Lechosław Hojnacki, Justyna Jasiewicz, Jarosław Lipszyc, Władysław Majewski, Anna Mierzecka, Ewa Murawska-Najmiec, Krzysztof Siewicz, Grzegorz D. Stunża, Kamil Śliwowski, Piotr Tafiłowski, Marcin Wilkowski, Łukasz Wojtasik, Michał „rysiek” Woźniak.
Recommendations prepared by Radosław Bomba, Piotr Cywiński, Mirosław Filiciak, Damian Muszyński, Jacek Pyżalski, Ewa Rozkosz, Grzegorz Stunża i Marcin Wilkowski provided an important input into the team’s work.
A valuable source of inspiration were also reviews prepared by Janusz Morbitzer, Emilia Musiał, Katarzyna Materska, Maciej Sysło, Jacek Pyżalski, Agnieszka Ogonowska, Grzegorz Ptaszek, Jacek Wasilewski, Anna Kołodziejczyk, Magdalena Szubielska, Małgorzata Sieńczewska, Monika Maszewska-Łupiniak, Łukasz Wojtasik, Ralph Catts, Sirrku Kotilainen, Imre Szijarto, Lukasz Wojciechowski and Katarina Fichnova.
We would also like to thank all those, who decided to share their opinions and insights by taking part in our workshops and public consultations.