Global MIL Week 2016 Papers and Presentations Submission Form

UNESCO invites academic papers reporting research results, theoretical developments and case studies, as well as evidence based and testimonial accounts of MIL breakthroughs. Technological developments and audiovisual production are to be specifically presented as demos or beta-test innovations, videoclips, documentaries or any form of archived and shareable experiences, both formal and non-formal, on the promotion and effective implementation of MIL achievements.

All stakeholders are invited (academic programs, research centers, think tanks, UN organizations, governments, private sector, international/bilateral donors/foundations, intergovernmental organizations, libraries, museums and archives, media, civil society, and technological mediators) to register papers and other forms of presentation that reflect and critically advance on media and information literacy initiatives, programs and policies.

Deadline for submissions: 20 August 2016

 

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(Indicate the three most relevant areas/themes/fields (up to 3) related to your paper or presentation).

 

Files must be less than 400 KB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx ppt pptx.