In order to facilitate and advocate MIL, during the “MIL – Stategy and Training” project the NLM and Library Plus translated and published two UNESCO handbooks: “MIL – Guidelines for Policy and Strategy” and “MIL – Curriculum for Teachers”.
Both books were published under CC license that allows free access and fair use, and can be downloaded from the NLM website.
On December 23rd in the Montenegrin Ministry of culture in Cetinje, the National Commision for UNESCO and the NLM organised closing ceremony of the “MIL – Strategy and Training” project that was supported through UNESCO Participation 2014/2015 Programme.
Еducative part of the NLM’s “MIL – Strategy and Training” project supported through UNESCO Particpation 2014/2015 Programme took place in nine Montenegrin cities in the form of local workshops. Continue reading →
On Monday, April, 20th in the National library of Montenegro “Đurđe Crnojević“ in Cetinje was held the workshop „MIL in library and school – training the trainers“.
It is part of the National library’s „MIL – Strategy and Training“ project, supported by UNESCO through its Participation 2014/2015 Program. In order to achieve the project goals the Library partnered with Montenegrin ministries of culture, education and information society, as well as with the NGO Library Plus from Belgrade.
Information and media literacy is acquisition of knowledge and skills to use information and media, created as a response to the challenges of the time in which information multiplication and dissemination of media have reached unexpected proportions. Information Literacy was created within the library and information profession, as greatly expanded and modernized practice of library users’ education in order to simplify their navigation through its extensive funds and catalogs, while media literacy emerged within the study of media. By the beginning of the new millennium, these two practices have been studied separately. However, information and media are in the inseparable relation because the information without the media is an abstraction, and media without information is a meaningless technique. In recent years, holistic approach to these areas has been dominant, and it has strengthen the term “information and media literacy” (MIL). UNESCO has significantly contributed to this change by its activities and declarations, mainly through the IFAP (Information for All) program.
Последње две у низу радионица другог круга одржане су у Београду и – на Мрежи!
Библиотекари града Београда окупили су своје колеге у Вуковој сали последњих предновогодишњих дана, а школске библиотекарке Славица Јурић, Весна Гошовић и Олга Васић током фебруара 2014. организовале су једномесечни вебинар у клубу Љубитеља финих вебинара.