By Ilona Griniute It’s a fact that with age people tend to participate in social and community activities far less. In addition, physical disabilities and health problems can lead to forced social isolation. But recent studies confirm that social media is becoming part of the elderly...

Telecentre Multimedia Academy (TMA), a project co-funded by the European Commission and implemented by Telecentre-Europe, aims at providing media literacy to adult learners. The project now presents two major deliverables developed during its first year: 1) Firstly, there is a comparative report summarising the existing media literacy training offers...

Opatija, Croatia (14-15 September 2013) “Media literacy for the 21st century” was a conference organised by our Croatian member Telecentar. It brought together the project partners, teachers, policy and decision makers from the Croatian ministry and a number of international partners. Telecentre Europe staff and board...

At the end of May this year the partners from the Telecentre Multimedia Academy (TMA) held their second meeting in Granada. Hosted by  the Spanish partner organisation Fundacion Esplai, the meeting reviewed project achievements and coordinated further activities. The ultimate goal of the project is setting up...

Representatives of Telecentre-Europe participated at the Media & Learning Conference that took place on 14-15 November in Brussels. The conference was an excellent opportunity to exchange the best practices of using media in formal and informal education, and to network with target organizations to disseminate...

Media literacy for the 21st century is a partnership project, implemented by two vocational schools from Zagreb and Rijeka and Telecentar from Zagreb. The project has officially started on September the 21st, 2012 and will last one year. The project’s funding is coming from the European Union Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) established in 2006 for...

  ALL DIGITAL Week launch event 2020 “Get your facts straight!  Fighting disinformation and fake news through media literacy”   Event details  Date: 10 March 2020, 15:00 - 17:30 (Registration and coffee from 14h30, reception from 17h30 – 19h00) Location: First Euroflat Hotel, Boulevard Charlemagne 50, 1000 Brussels, BE (Metro: Schuman) Format: An...

The European Media Literacy Week is a new initiative by the European Commission to underline the societal importance of media literacy and promote media literacy initiatives and projects across the EU. From 18 to 22 March 2019, various events around the topic of media literacy...