27 November 2015Training Module on Media and Information Literacy (MIL) is designed for villagers of Kyzylorda region of the Republic of Kazakhstan and includes the basics of the MIL in visual form including media literacy, librarian literacy, news, computer, digital literacy, freedoms of access and expression, Internet literacy, cinema and television, advertising, and computer games.
"The manual material represents basics of media and information literacy in a popular visual form by using UNESCO MIL courses for teachers and other materials of the organization," Mr. Sergey Lazarev, Director of the UNESCO Almaty Cluster Office, said in the introduction part to the manual.
The manual material represents basics of media and information literacy in a popular visual form by using UNESCO MIL courses for teachers and other materials of the organization.
Mr. Andrei Chevelev O.I.C. Director, UNESCO Almaty Cluster Office.
Collation: 35 pages
Authors: Laila Akhmetova, Dmitry Shorokhov, Aigul Niyazgulova
UNESCO Registration Number: ATA/2015/ME.01/H/1
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This manual was developed under a joint program of the United Nations and the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan and jointly was implemented by the Government of the RK and the UN agencies Kazakhstan: UNESCO, UNDP, UNFPA, UN Women, WHO and UNICEF to improve the well-being and quality of life in the Kyzylorda region through the implementation of innovative approaches to the provision of economic, social and environmental services to the local population, including the most vulnerable groups.