The Emedus project launches its new website
The European Media Literacy Education Study (EMEDUS) has launched a new website which brings together different contents related to media literacy, like specialized databases, events, videos, etc., and the earliest results achieved by the project.
This new tool gathers all the information recorded during the research in order to develop itself into a center for information and exchange of knowledge with the aim of becoming a point of reference in Europe in the field of media literacy.
Compared to the previous blog, this new website includes reports that perform a comparative analysis of media education in national curricula of the 27 countries of the European Union (EU), divided into Formal Education, Informal Education and Media Inclusion.
The website also contains three large databases concerning Experts, Organizations and Publications related with media literacy, which are spread on maps to facilitate their geographic location and access to data.
Furthermore, the website is constantly updated with news, new events, videos of experts, and other relevant information for anyone interested in issues concerning Media Education in Europe.