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Sky Up Academy Studio launched

By Christine Cullen, Head of Internal Communications and Bigger Picture at Sky Ireland At Sky we believe that a company of our scale has a responsibility to the community in which we operate, and it really is important to us both as a business and for our employees that we support the communities where our

Student View: Media Literacy and Desensitisation

Abbey Colgan talks about how media literacy can make us aware of the risks of desensitisation

Diversity and inclusion project LEMON goes live

By Sally Galiana For the last two years, partners in five European countries (Spain, Germany, Ireland, Belgium, Austria) have worked together to create a new media literacy e-learning resource. The Learning Ethical Media Online (LEMON) course aims to increase media content creators’ awareness of inclusion diversity in media creation. Available in 3 languages: Spanish, German

MLI May Newsletter

Another jam-packed newsletter for May. Almost at the halfway mark for 2023 and LOTS still to come. If you haven’t already had a look at our Workplan please go to the Members News section of the website and think about how you can best play your part. Email Martina with any thoughts/suggestions/ideas. If you haven’t logged on in a while, you might need to reset your password.

Online Bullying: Bystander Behaviour Online

A report on the event, discussions and SID 2023 Activity is now available:

Erasmus+ Funding for Media Literacy Projects

Part of a series of articles sign-posting MLI members to possible sources of funding.

Top 3 tips for spotting fake AI-generated images

By Diarmaid Mac Mathúna, Director-Agency at indiepics It’s getting harder and harder to spot fake images that have been generated by artificial intelligence systems. The images that the latest AI systems like Midjourney and DALL·E 2 are creating are very impressive. These photorealistic images are easily created using short, carefully engineered text prompts either directly

Students examine the role of the media in relation to European democratic values

More than 100 students with ages ranging from 15 to 18 years from 50 different schools in Ireland, Italy, Greece, Spain, Slovenia and the Netherlands participated in a research project on media and democracy .