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Volume 14
Issue 1
Online publication date 2014-02-06
Title Reconceptualizing (new) media literacy
Author Petra Aczel
This paper aims to introduce a theoretical-critical approach which shall revisit elements and cast light upon subsets of (new) media literacy. It endeavours to draw community, spatial, procedural and aural literacy (auralacy) into consideration, relating them to the complex of media literacy, striving to provide invigorating insights into its conceptual foundations and integrated perspectives for its pedagogy.

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Keywords Multiple intelligences, competencies, skills, literacies
Pages 47-53
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