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Integrating the Personal Information Culture Concept and the Idea of Media and Information Literacy Offered in the UNESCO Curriculum for Teachers: Experiences of Russia and Uzbekistan

  • Natalia GendinaEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 676)

Abstract

The idea of integration of media literacy and information literacy, proposed by UNESCO and IFLA is discussed here. Advantages and disadvantages of Media and Information Literacy Curriculum for Teachers (prepared by UNESCO) are analyzed. The concept of personal information culture and the training course “Principles of personal information culture” developed in Russia are characterized. The mechanism of replenishment of the training course at the expense of the idea of Media and Information Literacy Curriculum for Teachers is described. The experience of adapting the Media and Information Literacy Curriculum for Teachers to the national peculiarities of Russia and Uzbekistan. The purpose and methods of adapting textual and visual information of the Russian curriculum information culture and media and information literacy to the characteristics of the education system in Uzbekistan are revealed.

Keywords

Personal information culture Media and information literacy UNESCO curriculum for teachers Russia Uzbekistan 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kemerovo State University of Culture and ArtsKemerovoRussia

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