Media ecology

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Media ecology by Mind Map: Media ecology

1. Students

1.1. Interact with learning objects

1.2. Build skills and confidence

1.3. Receivers and communicators

1.4. Learners and peer teachers

1.5. Technical skills

1.6. Teamwork

1.7. Identify errors

2. Environment

2.1. Medium is the message

2.1.1. Mail

2.1.2. Telegraph

2.1.3. Telephone

2.1.4. Email

2.1.5. Website

2.1.6. Applications

2.1.7. Games

2.1.8. Blog

2.2. Organic

2.2.1. Grassroots

3. Technological change

3.1. Craftsmen

3.1.1. Primitive tools

3.1.2. Wood

3.1.3. Flexibility

3.1.4. Creativity

3.1.5. Autonomy

3.2. Industrialization

3.2.1. Quantity

3.2.2. Mechanical

3.2.3. Mass production

3.2.4. Artificial

4. Technology

4.1. Invention

4.2. Skills

4.3. Reproduction

4.4. Mechanical clock

4.4.1. Routine

4.4.2. Order

4.4.3. Synchronize

4.4.4. Control

4.5. Ever changing

5. Educational media ecology

5.1. Teachers

5.1.1. Technologists

5.1.1.1. Programmers

5.1.1.1.1. Producers/creators

5.1.1.2. Advisers/Trainers

5.1.1.3. Database administrators

5.1.1.4. Skilled professionals

5.1.1.5. Test and retest

5.1.2. Guide students ethics

5.1.3. Design learning objects

5.1.4. Research

5.1.5. Best practices

5.1.6. Communicators

5.1.7. Technical skills

5.1.8. Test and retest