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Cé hiad Litearthacht sna Meáin, Éire?

Is comhaontas neamhfhoirmiúil de dhaoine aonair agus eagraíochtaí iad Litearthacht sna Meáin, Éire
(LMÉ), a oibríonn le chéile ar bhonn deonach (den chuid is mó) chun litearthacht sna meáin a chur
chun cinn in Éirinn .Tá LMÉ éascaithe ag Údarás Craolacháin na hÉireann agus tá breis agus 250
ball in LMÉ ó raon leathan earnálacha .

Is í ár bhfís ná go mbeadh na scileanna agus an mhuinín ag gach duine in Éirinn chun teacht ar ábhar agus seirbhísí ar gach ardán agus go mbeidís in ann iad sin a mheas go criticiúil. Go mbeadh tuiscint agus cumas acu ceisteanna a chur mar a oibríonn na meáin agus an teicneolaíocht dhigiteach, go mbeidís in ann rioscaí a shainaithint agus a bhainistiú, agus go mbeidís in ann páirt a ghlacadh sa phobal ar bhealach freagrach, eiticiúil agus éifeachtach.

Chun aistriú go leagan Béarla an tsuímh seo, brúigh an cnaipe ‘EN’ thuas. Tá Gluais Gaeilge de théarmaí litearthachta sna meáin forbartha againn le haistriúcháin ar fhocail agus ar théarmaí agus samplaí d’úsáid na dtéarmaí i bhfoirm abairtí.

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Facts Matter: Building Critical Media Literacy

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Analysing Bias

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MediaWise Youtube channel

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Skillify – understand your level of digital skills

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Navigating Digital Information

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Making Sense of the News: News Literacy Lessons

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Civic Online Reasoning

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Cad is litearthacht sna meáin ann?

Ní thugann LMÉ sainmhíniú ar litearthacht sna meáin go cúng. Féachaimid ar Bheartas
Údarás Craolacháin na hÉireann um Litearthacht sna Meáin
 um Litearthacht sna Meáin chun litearthacht sna meáin a
mhíniú i leith daoine aonair agus na sochaí. Leagtar amach i mBeartas Údarás Craolacháin na
hÉireann um Litearthacht sna Meáin na trí chroí-inniúlacht seo a leanas agus na scileanna
gaolmhara litearthachta sna meáin.

  • Ábhar agus seirbhísí craolta, digiteacha agus meán eile a thuiscint agus a mheas go
    criticiúil, chun roghanna eolacha a dhéanamh agus chun úsáid na meán a bhainistiú ar an
    mbealach is fearr.
  • Rochtain ar ábhar agus seirbhísí craolta agus meán digiteach agus úsáid a bhaint astu ar
    bhealach sábháilte agus slán, chun deiseanna a mhéadú agus rioscaí a laghdú.
  • A bheith cruthaitheach agus páirt a ghlacadh tríd na meáin chumarsáide, ar bhealach
    freagrach, eiticiúil agus éifeachtach, i ngnéithe cruthaitheacha, cultúir agus daonlathacha na
    sochaí.

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20 December 2022

MLI explores Meaningful Media Literacy at Annual Conference.

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14 December 2022

Media Literacy Ireland Awards 2023 launch

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21 November 2022

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18 November 2022

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18 November 2022

MLI Awards 2023

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17 November 2022

2022 MLI Annual Conference

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17 November 2022

In Case You Missed It: Nurturing Trust by evaluating impact: Why understanding what works in MIL interventions is essential

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Cláraigh lenár Líonra

Bí i do bhall de MLI agus déan teagmháil le daoine gairmiúla eile atá tiomanta do
litearthacht sna meáin a chur chun cinn ar fud na hÉireann.

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23 February 2023

MLI Working Group Panel meeting

The next MLI Working Group Panel meeting will take place on February 23 at 10am. If you are a member of the MLI Working Group Panel and you have not received the meeting invitation please email info@medialiteracyireland.ie. If you are…

21 February 2023

Supporting Teens Online

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9 February 2023

Fighting Misinformation Online Conference – What Finland has Uncovered

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8 February 2023

Launch of History of the Future podcast series

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7 February 2023

Supporting Children Online

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7 February 2023

Safer Internet Day 2023

The Irish Safer Internet Centre is pleased to invite you to the flagship Safer Internet Day 2023 event exploring the theme of building empathy and respect online. Discussions will explore some of the opportunities and challenges around…

19 December 2022

MLA4MedLit Conference

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16 November 2022

Exploring Media Literacy at National, Regional and Local Level – the work of the EDMO Hubs

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