PROGRAM FIRST INT. FORUM ON MIL

PROGRAM OF THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL FORUM ON MEDIA AND INFORMATION LITERACY

 

 

UNDER THE AUSPICES OF HIS MAJESTY

KING MOHAMMED THE SIXTH

  

First International Forum on Media and Information Literacy

15-16-17 June, 2011

Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University,

Faculty of Arts and Humanities Sais-Fes,

Fez, Kingdom of Morocco

With the Collaboration of:

UNESCO, Lead Partner

ISESCO, ABEGS, UNAOC, Key Partners

 

Program

Venue: Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy,

Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University,

Fez, Morocco

 

June 15, 2011: Morning


09:30-11:00 : Inaugural Ceremony


M
oderator : President of Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Dr. Esserrhini FARISSI

 

Speakers :

- H. Exc. Mr. Khalid NACIRI, Minster of Communication

- Minister of Education/Rep

- Mr. Philippe Quéau, Director of UNESCO Rabat Office and the Representative of UNESCO for the Maghreb

- H. Exc. Mr. Ali AL-KARNI, Director General of the Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States (ABEGS)

- Dr. EL Mahjoub BENSAID, ISESCO Representative

- Mr. Jordi TORRENT, UNAOC Representative

- Ms. Touriya MAJDOULINE, Secretary General, Moroccan National Commission for UNESCO

- Dr. Brahim AKDIM, Dean, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Sais-Fes

- Dr. Abdelhamid NFISSI, Chair, International Forum on Media and Information Literacy (IFMIL)

- Dr. Drissia CHOUIT, Coordinator of the Forum    

 

11:00-11:30 : Reception

 

11:30-13:00 : First Plenary Session :

UNESCO Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Curriculum

& UNITWIN Cooperation Programme on Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue (UAC-MILID)

 

Moderators : Vladimir GAI, Ph.D. & Alton GRIZZLE, UNESCO

                        & Jordi TORRENT, UNAOC

 

11:30-12:15 : Launching of UNESCO Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Curriculum

 

- Vladimir Gaï, Ph.D. Acting Director, Division of Freedom of Expression and Media Development, Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France

UNESCO’s Media and Information Literacy Strategy

 

- Alton GRIZZLE, Programme Specialist, Division of Freedom of Expression and Media Development, Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO Headquarters

UNESCO and Media and Information Literacy: Towards an Engaging Civic Education Movement

 

- Ramon Guillermo R. Tuazon, Ph.D. President, Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication, Senior Liaison Officer to the Philippines, UNESCO Office Jakarta, Philippines

 

- Carolyn WILSON, Ph.D.  President of the Association for Media Literacy (AML), Ontario, and Instructor, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada

 

12:15-13:00 : Launching of UNITWIN Cooperation Programme on Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue (UAC-MILID)

 

- Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain

- Temple University, Philadelphia, U.S.A

- Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

- University of Cairo, Egypt

- University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

- Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

 

13:00-15:00 : Lunch

 

June 15, 2011 : Afternoon

 

15:00-16:20 : Second Plenary Session « Blending Media and Information Literacy: A Unifying Vision »

 

Moderator : Abdelmajid HAJJI, Ph.D. Moulay Ismail University, Meknes, Morocco

 

Rapporteur :  Elhoucine OUAZZANI IBRAHIMI, Ph.D. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

 

- Drissia CHOUIT, Ph.D.

Moulay Ismail University, Meknes, Morocco

Towards an Integrated Media and

Information Literacy Approach

 

- Penelope Anne MOORE, Ph.D. New Zealand

Articulating Media and Information

Literacy Policies and Strategies

 

- Divina FRAU-MEIGS, Ph.D. IAMCR

Beaucoup de litératies, une vision partagée :

réussir la convergence entre l’éducation à l’Information,

à l’Informatique et aux Médias

 

- Chido ONUMAH, Youth Media and Communication Initiative, Abuja, Nigeria

Globalizing Media and Information Literacy: The Case for a Pan-African Centre

 

16:20-17:00 : Discussion

 

17:00-17:20 : Coffee Break

 

17:20-19:00 : Third Plenary Session « Media and Information Literacy Skills »

 

Moderator : Chido Onumah,Youth Media and Communication Initiative, Abuja, Nigeria

 

Rapporteur : Abdelhamid NFISSI, Ph.D., Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco 

 

- Porntip YENJABOK, Ph.D. Kasetsart University, Thailand

Knowledge on Media and Information

Literacy: Lessons learned in Thailand

 

- Rosemary Okello Orlale, African Woman and Child Feature Service, Gender Links, Nairobi, Kenya

Media and Information Literacy and Women

 

- Vincent COPPOLA, Ph.D. Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France

Prévention et Captation : des liaisons dangereuses. De quelques effets de l’évènementialisation du Sida dans la presse généraliste

 

- Jose Reuben Q. ALAGARAN II, Ph.D.

Miriam College, Philippines

Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Practices in the Philippines and Competency Framework for MIL for Teachers

 

19:00-19:50 : Discussion

 

June 16, 2011 Morning

 

09:00-10:40 : Parallel Panels

 

- Panel 1: Arab Region Consultation on the MIL Curriculum

 

Moderator : Vladimir Gaï, Ph.D. UNESCO

 

- UNESCO Opening Remarks by Vladimir GAI, Ph.D. 

- ISESCO Speech by EL Mahjoub BENSAID, Ph.D.

- Expectations and Setting Up Ground Rules

- An In-depth Review of Selected Modules of the Curriculum

 

- Panel 2: Media and Information Systems Worldwide: Critical Analysis (I)

 

Moderator : Rotimi Williams OLATUNJI, Ph.D. Lagos State University, Nigeria

 

- Kishwar Sultana, Institute of Hazrat Mohammad SAW, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Frame Building: An Important Responsibility of Today’s Media

 

- B.K. RAVI, Ph.D. Bangalore University, India

Information Literacy and the Theory of Out-of-Reach

 

- Nataliya Ikonnikova, Ph.D.

Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

Forced Globalization and Move to Internet for the Lack of Local Traditional Public Media

 

- Andrew SCARVELL, Australian Department of Broadband, Australia

Digital Literacy and Awareness in Australia's New Global Frontier

 

- Panel 3: Media and Information Literacy Education (I)

 

Moderator :  Steven John Thompson, Ph.D. Towson University, Baltimore, United States

 

- Kostas VOROS, University of London,United Kingdom

Developing Media Literacy: Teaching and Learning Moving Image Media Language in Greek Primary Schools

 

- Elhoucine OUAZZANI IBRAHIMI, Ph.D.

Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

Information Literacy and Scientific Research

 

-Najia ABDALLAOUI MAAN, Ph.D.

Ecole des Sciences de l’Information (ESI), Rabat, Morocco

Higher –Order Thinking Skills for Media and Information Education

 

- Elsbeth D. Asbeek Brusse, Amsterdam School of Communication Research ASCoR,University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Persuasion Knowledge in Entertainment-Education: Effects of Timing and Content of Disclosure Messages

 

-  Panel 4: New Media and Information Systems, Culture and Society (I)

 

Moderator :  Mahmoud EID, Ph.D. University of Ottawa, Canada

 

- Amara THIHA

Uppsala University, Sweden

Countering in Cloud : Counter Insurgencies Strategies on Online Participations

 

- Bouziane ZAID, Ph.D. Al AkhawaynUniversity, Ifrane, Morocco

Audience Reception Analysis of Moroccan Public Service Television Audiences

 

- Dobrinka  PEICHEVA, Ph.D.

South-WestUniversity "Neofit Rilski", Bulgaria

New Written Communication and Culture

 

- Mohamed NFISSI

Moulay Ismail University, Meknes

Media and Global Culture Market

 

10:40-11:00 : Coffee Break

 

11:00-13:00 : « Parallel Panels »

 

- Panel 5: Arab Region Consultation on the MIL Curriculum

Moderators :  Alton GRIZZLE, Misako ITO, George AWAD, UNESCO

 

- Country Presentations:

- Status of MIL in Teachers Curriculum Development and its Implications

 

- Panel 6: Media and Information Systems Worldwide: Critical Analysis (II)

Moderator :  Najia Abdallaoui Maan, Ph.D. Ecole des Sciences de l’Information (ESI), Rabat, Morocco

 

- Jacinta Mwende Maweu, University of Nairobi, Kenya

Our or Their Media? Critical Media Literacy, Corporate Media and the Promotion of the Dominant Ideology in Kenya

 

- Kadri Ugur, Ph.D.  University of Tartu, Estonia

Media Education as Cross-curricular Theme in Estonian Schools: Reasons of Failure

 

- Jide Peter JIMOH, Lagos State University, Nigeria               

Internet Acronyms Literacy Among Parents in Lagos Metropolis

 

- Panel 7: Media and Information Literacy Education (II)

Moderator :  Jose Reuben Q. ALAGARAN II, Ph.D.MiriamCollege, Philippines

 

- Rotimi Williams OLATUNJI, Ph.D. and Omoye AKHAGBA, Lagos State University, Nigeria

A Study of the Level of Advertising Literacy among Children in Selected Schools in Lagos, Nigeria

 

- Obong  Martins AKPANK, Media Literacy Educator Across Schools in Nigeria

The Role of Media Literacy and 21st Century Education in the Development of Education in Africa

 

- Uraiwan RATTANAPAN, Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep, Thailand

Myths in Whitening Advertisements for Thai Women

 

-  Panel 8: New Media and Information Systems, Culture and Society (II)

Moderator :  Susanne DING, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium  

  

- Mahmoud EID, Ph.D.  University of Ottawa, Canada

Social Change in the United States: A Government-Citizen Use of Social Networks during National Crises

 

- Maritza Sobrados León, Ph.D. and Lic. Patricia Muñoz Chacón, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

Learning from Social Journalism: Other views of the world for active citizenship

 

-Duangporn Kamnoonwatana, Mahidol University, Thailand                                

Local Health Communication

 

13:00-14:45 : Lunch

 

June 16, 2011 Afternoon

15:00-17:00 : Fourth Plenary Session  «World Experiences in Media and Information Literacy (I) »

 

Moderator :  Penny Moore, Ph.D. Educational Research Consultant, New Zealand

 

Rapporteur : Youssef BENABDERRAZIK, Ph.D. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

 

- Abdelhamid NFISSI, Ph.D., Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

Media and Information Literacy in Morocco: Realities and Perspectives

 

- Susanne DING, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium Media Literacy Policy in the European Union: Background and Current Trends

 

- Khalid al-Awwad, Ph.D. Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States (ABEGS), Saudi Arabia

برنامج الثقافة الإعلامية في مكتب التربية العربي لدول الخليج             

 

- Kasititorn POOPARAD, Ph.D. National Science and Technology Development Agency, Thailand

Information and Media Literacy in Policy Context: Thailand Case Study

 

17:00-17:20 : Coffee Break

 

17:20-19:30 : Fifth Plenary Session  «World Experiences in Media and Information Literacy (II)»

 

Moderator :  Abdullah Abo Ras, Ph.D. Director General of the Gulf Radio and Television Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

 

Rapporteur: Drissia CHOUIT, Ph.D.

Moulay Ismail University, Meknes, Morocco

 

-  Malika MERABET, Regional Moroccan Radio and Television, Laayoune, Morocco

ثقافة الاعلام الجهوي بالصحراء و دوره في التعريف  بالقضية الوطنية

 

- Michael HOECHSMANN, Ph.D.  McGill University, Montreal, Canada

From Media Literacy 1.0 to Media Literacy 2.0: The 7 C’s of Contemporary Youth Media Engagement

 

- Paolo CELOT, European Association for Viewers Interests, Brussels, Belgium

Presentation of the EAVI Study “Assessment Criteria for Media Literacy Levels in Europe"

 

- Gladys SAADE, Ph.D. Faculté d’Information et de Documentation Beyrouth, Liban

La maîtrise communicationnelle et informationnelle: une chance pour l’université et la bibliothèque dans le secteur public?

 

June 17, 2011 Morning

09:00-10:40 :  « Parallel Panels »

Panel 9: Arab Region Consultation on the MIL Curriculum

 

Moderators : Alton GRIZZLE, Misako ITO, George AWAD, UNESCO

 

Working Groups on Various Modules

 

-  Panel         10: (I) وسائل الإعلام والإتصال: دراسات تحليلية نقدية 

 

Moderator :   Hakima HATRI, Ph.D. Al Quaraouiyine University, Fez, Morocco

 

- Azzam ELANANZA, Ph.D.

Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan

الإشكاليات الأخلاقية للصحافة الالكترونية الأردنية

 

- Ahmed SHARRAK, Ph.D.

Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University,

Fez, Morocco

الإعلام والقيم الجديدة

 

- Mohamed ALLALI, Ph.D. Institut Supérieur de l'Information et de la Communication (ISIC), Rabat, Maroc

التواصل، التربية والمعرفة      

 

- Aymen Sheikh, Ph.D.

كلية الدعوة والإعلام – جامعة القرآن الكريم والعلوم الإسلامية – السودان:

أخلاقيات العمل الإعلامي ودورها في تعزيز التقارب الدولي : دراسة مقارنة ونماذج مختارة

 

-  Panel 11: Information, Communication et Société

 

Moderator :   Vincent COPPOLA, Ph.D. Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France

 

- Mohammed FAOUBAR, Ph.D. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

La communication et la réforme du système  d'enseignement au Maroc

- Youssef SIMOU, Faculté des Sciences de l'Education, Rabat, Maroc

La presse scolaire au Maroc : un moyen d’éducation aux média ou un auxiliaire pédagogique

 

- Hanane SEKKAT, Ph.D. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

Le supermarché de la fatwa : fatwas sur commande

 

- Ahmed BACHNOU, Ph.D. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

L'information et la communication à l'université marocaine: réalités et perspectives

- Ahmed Idrissi, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

Le journalisme indépendant et ses responsabilités sociales

 

- Panel 12: Media and Information Literacy as Platform for Intercultural Dialogue and Improvement of Life Quality

 

Moderator :  Azzam ELANANZA, Ph.D.  Yarmouk University,
Irbid, Jordan

 

- Mustapha NAOUI KHEIR, Moulay Ismail

University, Meknes, Morocco

Faith Literacy, Intercultural Dialogue and the Translation of Holy Scriptures

 

- Samira CHAKROUNE, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

The Role of the Media in the Moralization of the Public Life

 

- Youssef BENABDERRAZIK, Ph.D. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

Cyberspace and Illiteracy: The Case of Morocco

 

- Catherine FLEMING BRUCE, University of South Carolina, United States

Harmonizing National and Global Public Spheres in the Face of Revolution: The Place of Media Literacy in Media and Information  Policy Reconstruction

10:40-11:00 : Coffee Break

 

11:00-13:00 : Parallel Panels

 

- Panel 13: Arab Region Consultation on the MIL Curriculum

 

Moderators :   Alton GRIZZLE, Misako ITO, George AWAD, UNESCO

 

- Group Presentations

- Summary, Recap and Way Forward

 

- Panel 14: 

وسائل الإعلام والإتصال: دراسات تحليلية نقدية  (II)

 

Moderator :   Meryem ESSAFI,

Chef de la Station Regional de la SNRT – Fès, Maroc

 

- Jamila ZIAN, Ph.D. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

الإعلام ودوره في التواصل الديني

 

- Majda KARIMI, Ph.D. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

الإعلام والإنحارف السياسي للشباب: قراءة تحليلية

 

- Hakima HATRI, Ph.D. Al Quaraouiyine University, Fez, Morocco

الواقع و المأمول : الإعلام الأسري

 

- Driss Makboul, Ph.D. Centre Pédagogique Régional, Meknes, Maroc

الإعلام وتسطيح الوعي في زمن الأزمات

 

- Said MAGHNAOUI, Ph.D. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

واقع وآفاق الصحافة المهتمة بقضاياالهجرة  والجالية المغربية بأوربا

 

- Panel 15:

التربية الإعلامية والمعلوماتية

 

Moderator :   Majda KARIMI, Ph.D. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

 

- Abdelaziz ENNMIRATE ,  Ph.D. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

أثر تكنولوجيا المعلوميات في المجال التربوي والتعليمي

 

- Jawad RAMI, Radio MFM Sais, Fez, Morocco

من أجل الحاجة إلى إعلام تربوي

 

- Hosni Mohamed, Nassr, Ph.D.  Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman

إعادة إنتاج الرقابة في العالم العربي:دراسة في القيود المفروضة

على وسائل الإعلام الجديدة في ضوء تجربة وسائل الإعلام التقليدية

 

- Noureddine RAIS,  Ph.D. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco

تأثيرلغة الصحافة على العربية المعاصرة

 

-  Panel 16:  Media and Information Literacy for Social and Economic Development

 

Moderator :   Jordi TORRENT, UNAOC

 

- Rachid Boumashoul, Ph.D. Tampere University, Finland

Information Literacy and Social Change in the Arab Region

 

- José Manuel-Perez TORNERO, Ph.D. Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain    

Media Literacy: A Tool to Economic and Social Progress

 

- Ahmed MAKHOUKH, Ph.D. Moulay Ismail University, Meknes, Morocco

The Need for ‘Social Intelligence’ Literacy

 

- Samy TAYIE, Ph.D. University of Cairo, Egypt

Children and the New Media: An Egyptian Case Study

 

13:00-14:45 : Lunch

 

June 17, 2011 Afternoon

 

15:00-17:30 : Sixth Plenary Session  «Media and Information Systems and New Literacies for Full Citizenship»

 

Moderator : Mohamed BELGHOUTE, Directeur des Etudes et Développement des Médias, Ministère de la Communication, Rabat, Maroc

 

Rapporteur : Drissia CHOUIT, Ph.D.

Moulay Ismail University, Meknes, Morocco

 

- Ulla CARLSON, Ph.D. University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Young People in the Digital Media Culture:

Good Institutions, Public Spaces and Media Literacy

 

 Asif KABANI, International Sustainable Development-Resource Centre, Geneva (ISD-RC)

Digital Revolution Opening Channels through E-Learning for Sustainable Development: Paradigm and Strategy

 

- Mohammed DALI, Ph.D. Département de l'Enseignement Scolaire, Ministère de l'Education Nationale, de l'Enseignement Supérieur, de la Formation des Cadres et de la Recherche Scientifique, Rabat , Maroc

La réforme du système de formation initiale des enseignants au Maroc

 

- Steven John Thompson, Ph.D. Towson University, Baltimore, United States

Endless Empowerment and Existence: From Virtual Literacy to Online Permanence in Presence

 

17:30-17:50 : Coffee Break

 

17:50-19:00 : Seventh Plenary Session

                       

Moderator :   Dr. Brahim AKDIM, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Sais-Fes, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University

 

-           General Report

-           Fez Declaration on MIL

-           Recommendations

-           Dates of the Second Edition of the Forum

 

- Video Shows :

       

-           Video on the UNESCO Power of Peace Network

 

-           Video on PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival

 

-           BEWARE ONLINE: Video on "Digital Bubbles"

 

- Closing Addresses

 

     -           Closing Address of UNESCO, Lead Partner

 

    -            Closing Address of the Chair of the International Forum on Media and Information Literacy, Dr. Abdelhamid NFISSI

 

 - Closure of the Forum 

 

20:30 : Gala Dinner

Écrire un nouveau commentaire: (Cliquez ici)

SimpleSite.com
Caractères restants : 160
OK Envoi...
Voir tous les commentaires

Commentaires

24.09 | 17:11

Thank you Madam for the huge and interesting information you'd provide us with

...
24.09 | 17:04

Excellent madam

...
22.09 | 15:44

Merci beaucoup

...
21.09 | 17:31

Thank so much for these useful information I appreciate your work

...
Vous aimez cette page