Mil Cities and mil Citizens

Mil Cities and mil Citizens

Informed, Engaged, Empowered by Media and Information Literacy (MIL)

UNESCO vision and convening leadership, academic collaboration, and network activities. Accordingly, the spirit of the MILID Yearbooks is to enable a fruitful cross-fertilization of theoretical and practical perspectives by encouraging reflections by scholars and practitioners working in different parts of the world on media and information literacy – this time with relevance to Media and Information Literate Cities.

  • Cover
  • Title page
  • Copyright page
  • Contents
  • Introduction: Living in Media and Information Literate Cities
  • Dispositions, Sensitivities, and Inclinations: The Importance of the Smart-City Citizen
  • Theorizing Media and Information Literacy: Emotional Communication through Art for Young People during Unusual Life Experiences
  • Data Literacy in the Smart City: Why Smart Cities Should be Populated by MIL Citizens
  • Elusiveness of the Algorithm: The Case for Computation in Media and Information Literacy
  • Media and Information Literacy Among Children on Three Continents: Insights into the Measurement and Mediation of Well-being
  • Translations of the Media and Information Literacy Concept: Tracing Policy Terms in the Latin American Countries
  • Digital Falsehoods and their Analog Consequences: The “Fake News” Strategy and its Mitigation
  • Words Are Stones: Countering Hate Speech Among Young Generations in Europe
  • Digital Citizenship through the Use of Crowdsourced Data: Mapping Sexual Violence in Public Spaces
  • Reading the Word and the World: Empowering Mozambican Health Teachers through Video Production
  • Self-Development on Campus: A Case Study on MIL Development in Teacher Education in Colombia
  • Combating Cyberbullying in Nigeria: A Case for the Media and Information Literacy City
  • Contributors


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