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Flensburg Winter School 2014 - media education as school development

German schoolchildren occupy one of the middle places when it comes to using the Internet - this was the result of the first international comparative study "International Computer and Information Literacy Study" (ICILS 2013), the results of which were presented today (Thursday, November 20) in Brussels and Berlin.

30 percent of German children only have rudimentary knowledge of how to use new technologies.

This is where the "MediaMatters!" of the seminar for media education at the Europa-Universität Flensburg. The project has set itself the goal of improving the teaching and acquisition of media skills in schools in a sustainable manner in cooperation with all those involved. The start of the four-year "MediaMatters!" Main study, which will begin in 2015, will initially involve seven schools in the stateFlensburg Winter School 2014 - media education as school development The format was presented today ...

To the press release on uni-flensburg.de.

400,000 euros for media education project at the University of Flensburg

"The Facebook generation is learning new things - that is exemplary!" State Secretary for Science Rolf Fischer said on February 28, 2014 during a visit to Flensburg University, during which he had valuable news in his luggage: Fischer brought 400,000 euros for the "MediaMatters!" project. the university, which aims to strengthen media education at schools in Schleswig-Holstein. "This project is trend-setting. Media education in schools strengthens competencies and responsibility for parents, students and teachers," emphasized the State Secretary. The use of modern media and their constant further development for teaching are part of the 'School 2.0' theme, and media education is therefore part of the school development process.

"We are delighted with the state's commitment and consider it very important to increasingly train media performance, media education and media criticism in schools. The" MediaMatters! "Project is contributing to this - at the moment, data is being collected that will later become the basis for innovative developments We are confident that Schleswig-Holstein will become one of the leading countries in the field of media education, "said the President of the Flensburg University, Prof. Dr. Reinhart.

Professor Dr. Christian Filk in Flensburg is part of a multi-year research and development project of the seminar for media education, which is funded by the Medienanstalt Hamburg / Schleswig Holstein (MA HSH) and the Flensburg Press Foundation and was designed by Filk. "We are in the midst of massive social change", the university professor is convinced and brings the structural upheaval to the formula "From an industrial to a network society". He stressed that school and media is about more than cyberbullying and iPad classes. Rather, it must be about the question of whether our previous concept of the school still fits together with the cooperative network society. "I am happy for the project and the University of Flensburg about the funding from the ministry and see the opportunity to put the goals of" MediaMatters! "Into practice on a good basis and thus make a lasting contribution to improving media education in school practice Subject to accomplish, "said Filk.

Filk and his employees want to find out in the coming years how things stand in school media education in Schleswig-Holstein. They also think about the conditions under which school media education takes place in the network society and what goals it can have. The Flensburg researchers consistently rely on a cooperative design approach - everyone involved is included.

Text: Kathrin Fischer, Public Relations Officer at the University of Flensburg

Coming out: From public mass media communication to situated-adaptive media use

Christian Filk & Fredrik Gundelsweiler. "From public mass media communication to situated-adaptive media use - six theses on the structural upheaval in the broadcast industry." In: Fernseh- und Kinotechnik (FKT) - trade journal for television, film and electronic media, vol. 67 (2014), no. 4 [forthcoming]

Newly published: Plea for social media ethics in the media industry

Christian Filk (2014): "The birth of morality from the function of marketing ?! - Implications of a social network ethic for the digital economy." In: medienpolitik.net - debates from media and network politics.

Social network ethics for the digital economy

Newly published: Christian Filk & Fredrik Gundelsweiler. "Normativity of Participatory Communication Relationships - Perspectives of a Social Network Ethics for the Digital Economy." In: Fernseh- und Kinotechnik (FKT) - trade journal for television, film and electronic media, vol. 66 (2013), no. 11, pp. 592-598.

State Secretary for Science Fischer supports the research project "MediaMatters!": "A forward-looking project!"

Rolf Fischer, State Secretary for Science at the Ministry of Education and Science of the State of Schleswig-Holstein, visited the media education seminar at the University of Flensburg last week. In a direct conversation with the media educators in Flensburg, he wanted to find out about the "MediaMatters!" to inform. The research project was initiated by the Medienanstalt Hamburg / Schleswig-Holstein (MA HSH) and designed by Professor Christian Filk, head of the seminar for media education at the University of Flensburg. In the context of its media skills promotion, the MA HSH has been supporting the University of Flensburg for years in running the Summer University and Winter School. The research project "MediaMatters!" at.

The specialty of the "MediaMatters" approach was explained by Professor Filk State Secretary Fischer, Lothar Hay, Chairman of the MA HSH, and Thore Olaf Kühn and Jürgen Sievers from the Institute for Quality Development at Schools Schleswig-Holstein (IQSH). The innovative and unique concept in the country aims to promote media education in and out of school through the participation of all those involved.

After a lively discussion, State Secretary Fischer made it clear: "I welcome the high level of commitment of the seminar for media education at the University of Flensburg to bring together many different actors from theory, practice and business and to promote our country in terms of media education with 'MediaMatters!‘ As a participatory project. " The Ministry of Education and Science will ideally support the project and advocate sustainable networking. The State Secretary agreed to sound out the financing options.

Lothar Hay was also convinced that promoting media skills in teacher training is the key to improving the media skills of schoolchildren in Schleswig-Holstein. "The MA HSH is pleased about the commitment at the University of Flensburg and will continue to support the project wanted by the Ministry of Education and Science within the scope of its possibilities. We also help in the search for further sponsors." It is very gratifying, Hay continues, that the project is already being generously funded by the Flensburg Press Foundation.

The project manager of "MediaMatters!", Professor Filk, was pleased with the support: "Since it can no longer be just about bringing media or media education into school, but rather about creating a new school in the media society media education cannot be implemented. It is rather a creative task that can only be achieved through everyone's participation. "

The suggestion of a cooperation between the University of Flensburg and the IQSH in Kiel will be continued as early as mid-November. The talks between the Ministry of Education and Science, MA HSH and IQSH will also be continued.

As a prelude to the "MediaMatters!" organizes the seminar for media education from November 29th. until 1.12.2013 the "Flensburg Winter School 2013". It is a forum for all those who want to rethink education in Schleswig-Holstein's schools in the new medium. Therefore, under the programmatic heading "Media - Education: Rethinking debt!" All teachers, schoolchildren, students, media educators, politicians, experts, business representatives and those interested in the topic are invited to work together to develop a new school in the digital society.

Flensburg, October 30, 2013
Press release by Kathrin Fischer

Pilot project for networking school and extracurricular learning experience - event on the Scheersberg with the multimedia tool iPad

Friedrich Koch, teacher of the EKG Barsbüttel and initiator of the project, sees the touchpad as a great opportunity to understand the location of the classroom in a new way. The networking of knowledge via Web 2.0: The space of learning and teaching no longer has to be more tangible as soon as the knowledge gained by students is located in the digital world. There is a reflected work with the digital medium.

The project took place in cooperation with the seminar for media education of the University of Flensburg and the international educational institution Jugendhof Scheersberg, which was the venue for the project that took place on September 26th and 27th, 2013. In thematically different workshops, the participants were informed about the possibilities of using the iPad in class and were able to try them out for themselves. The workshop program was framed with lectures and informal meetings to exchange experiences. The seminar for media education took part with a lecture on "Integral media education using the example of multimedia productions in school and extracurricular teaching and learning processes".

The status of the pilot project should not be retained. Friedrich Koch hopes to continue next year.

Article of the SHZ

Media Competence Day 2013 - The media education seminar and the mediamobil were there

For the fourth time, on September 17th, 2013, the media competence day was held on the premises of the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel. The Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Family and Equality of the State of Schleswig-Holstein, the Institute for Quality Development at Schools Schleswig-Holstein, the Medienanstalt Hamburg / Schleswig-Holstein and the Open Canal Schleswig-Holstein organized this specialist day under the sign of the digital age in and with school out. There was information and discussion in workshops, themed fairs and lectures.

During the workshops, Prof. Dr. Christian Filk on the subject of "Scoop It 2.0 - Integral Media Education Using the Example of Multimedia Production in School and Extra-School Teaching / Learning Processes". Stephan Münte-Goussar also participated in the workshop offer from the seminar for media education with "ePortfolio or facebook - digital technologies of the self". The mediamobil was presented as an exhibition space at the entrance to the event location. The participants were able to find out more about "media education in teacher training" at the University of Flensburg. Whoever was looking for a direct conversation turned to Helge Lamm.

Christian Filk's text on the sociology of film and culture by Emilie Altenloh has been published by AVINUS-Verlag

Christian Filk: "The cinema is primarily there for modern people" - The cultural and scientific discovery of the film audience in the industrial age through Emilie Altenloh's media sociology. Berlin: AVINUS Verlag (publications on media culture research; 1/2013), 2013, ISBN 978-3-86938-049-0.

Short text

In her dissertation "On the Sociology of Cinema" from 1914, which has been criminally ignored for decades, Emilie Altenloh gives a first comprehensive description of contemporary film production, distribution and consumption. Alfred Weber's student locates the new medium functionally in the modern culture of industrial society. The Altenloh reception has so far failed to recognize the decidedly overarching argumentation strategy of this film and media-sociological basic script avant la lettre. In view of this, Christian Filk is re-reading "On the Sociology of Cinema" in terms of media studies and the history of science. In doing so, he pays tribute to Altenloh's special academic achievement, who was the first to analyze and interpret the potency and function of the then new forms of entertainment in cinema - beyond production and consumption as a phenomenon of social interaction.

Google's autocomplete function before the Federal Court of Justice

Everyone knows it: You use the Google search for research, type the first letters into the white window and Google already offers possible terms that you are probably looking for. Pretty handy for the user.
Apart from the fact that Google evaluates and stores vast amounts of data (cookies) for this function, this search can also end unpleasantly for some people. Exactly when autocompletion is suggested when searching for your own name. This is what happened a few weeks ago.
An entrepreneur complained because when searching for his name the terms "Scientology" and "Fraud" were offered as additions to the term. The fact that these associations had nothing to do with the entrepreneur himself, but was only due to the fact that many people entered this combination of terms, did not prevent the Federal Court of Justice from ruling against Google.
A verdict for data protection, certainly. Nevertheless, this judgment has a smack: Aren't we our own guilty? After all, we are the ones who feed Google with data and isn't autocompletion a kind of mirror of the search behavior of many, including the "rumor-addicted villains" as Zeit online describes it?

Complaint against Google at the EU Commission

The lobby group of various IT companies,FairSearch, filed another complaint with the EU CommissionGoogle a. An EU procedure for search engine business has been running since 2010.
Now throws the lobby group, too Microsoft and Nokia belong, Google before, the smartphone operating systemAndroid to have created as a "Trojan horse". While it's free, if you're using popular Google apps like YouTube or Maps, you need to have a number of others at the same timeGoogle-Applications will install. That leads to monopolyGoogles in the smartphone market.
FairSearch therefore raises the question: "Can Google be trusted?"

However, the motivations would also have to beFairSearchs to be questioned (Microsoft for example, was recently fined 561 million euros for unfair business practices).

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