Media Information Literacy

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Media Information Literacy by Mind Map: Media Information Literacy

1. Social Networking

2. Culture of Entertainment

2.1. Pop Culture

2.1.1. mass-produced or mass-oriented

3. Print Industry and Filipino Freedom

3.1. Del Superior Govierno

3.2. La Solidaridad

3.3. European File Import

3.4. Broadcast Industry

3.5. Local Online Media

4. Photography and Timeless Image Concepts

5. Pre-Colonial Traces

5.1. Alibata or baybayin

5.2. Umalohokan

6. Lesson 1: What is Media?

6.1. Communication Process

6.1.1. Shannon - Weaver Model of Communication

6.1.1.1. Sender

6.1.1.2. Message

6.1.1.3. Channels

6.1.1.4. Receiver

6.1.2. Feedback Mechanism

6.2. Information Industry

6.2.1. Film Industry

6.2.2. Broadcast Industry

6.2.3. Publishing Industry

6.2.4. Photography Industry

6.3. Kinds of Media

6.3.1. Traditional

6.3.1.1. Print Media

6.3.1.1.1. Newspaper

6.3.1.1.2. Magazine

6.3.1.1.3. Comics

6.3.1.1.4. Books

6.3.1.2. Broadcast Media

6.3.1.3. Film or cinema

6.3.2. New

6.3.3. Social

6.4. Mobile Communication Technology

6.5. Related and Emerging Technologies

7. Lesson 2

7.1. Pre-industrial Age

7.1.1. Oral traditions

7.2. Industrial Age

7.2.1. Evolution of factories

7.2.2. Assembly line work flows

7.2.3. Devising Mechanisms

7.3. Electronic Age

7.3.1. Technological developments of the industrial age heavily utilized electricity

7.4. Digital Age

7.4.1. Current age

7.5. Brief History of Philippine Media

8. Lesson 3: Understanding Media: Aesthetics of the Image Text and Audio

8.1. Framing and Reading

8.1.1. Create with a solid plan to follow using a specific structure in mind

8.2. Newspapers and Journalism

8.2.1. Most evident in the world of news

8.2.2. Information on current events

8.3. Books, Comics, Magazines, and the Publishing Industry

8.3.1. Printed Books

8.4. Radio and Evoking Imagination

8.4.1. Reach a wide array of areas

8.4.2. Most popular form of mass media allover the world

8.5. Framing and Listening

8.5.1. Imagination

9. Lesson 4

9.1. Film Form

9.1.1. moving pictures

9.1.2. Celluloid film strip

9.2. Modes of Film Production

9.2.1. preproduction

9.2.2. production stage

9.2.3. postproduction stage

9.3. Film Formats

9.3.1. Narrative

9.3.1.1. Characters and situations were made up by the film's scriptwriter

9.3.2. Documentary

9.3.2.1. opposite of narrative fiction film

9.3.2.2. made to present a specific issue

9.3.3. Animation

9.3.3.1. Moving non-human things

9.3.4. Experimental

9.3.4.1. tries to play around with the physicality

9.4. Film Image Composition

9.4.1. Film Language

9.5. Motion Framing Concepts

9.5.1. Movement is important

9.6. TV Broadcast

9.6.1. Has more stable and unending supply of content

9.7. Kinds of TV Shows

9.7.1. Informative Programming

9.7.2. Entertainment Programming

9.8. TV Show Anatomy and Advertising

9.8.1. Commercial gap or commercial break

9.9. Crafting Media Messages

9.10. Creating Meaning in Audio Production

9.10.1. Composed of sounds, music, noise, or dialogue

9.11. Creating Meaning in Image Production

9.11.1. Generally visual-minded

9.12. Creating Meaning in Audiovisual Production

9.12.1. Audio Hook

10. Lesson 5: Understanding Media: Aesthetics of New Media

10.1. Deconstructing New Media

10.1.1. Web-based Applications

10.2. New Media Technology: Convergence and Characteristics

10.2.1. To produce better quality media content

10.2.2. easier to duplicate and distribute

10.3. New Media as Multimedia

10.3.1. A single media product could contain several forms of media content

10.4. New Media Transitions: from Synergy to Transmedia

10.4.1. Synergy pertains to maximizing the economic opportunities within its conglomerate

10.5. Journalism+ Internet=Blogging

10.5.1. weblog

10.5.2. Intersecting Traditional Media and New Media

10.5.2.1. HyperText Markup Language (HTML)

10.5.2.2. Uniform Resource Locator (URL)

10.6. Broadcasting+Internet=Podcast

10.6.1. audio and video media files that are released periodically

10.7. Film+Internet=Youtube

10.7.1. Youtube or vimeo

10.8. Transitioning Media, Transitioning Users

10.8.1. Digital native and digital immigrant

11. Lesson 6: Understanding Media: Aesthetics of Social Networking

11.1. Deeper Understanding of Social Media

11.2. Kinds of Social Media and it's varying uses

11.2.1. Print-based

11.2.2. Audio-based

11.2.3. Photo-based

11.2.4. Video-based

11.2.5. Social Networking Sites

11.3. Relevance of Social Media in Today's Society

11.3.1. Directly engage with their constituents

11.4. Personal Communications

11.5. Business and Customer Care Tools

11.5.1. Brand companies, also fin social networking sites and apps useful in the line of their work

11.5.2. Useful for people who communicate with their loved ones

11.6. Social Services and Governance

11.6.1. Governments use social networking sites.

11.7. Educational Tools

11.7.1. e-books

11.7.2. blogging

11.8. Traditional Media Coverage and Social Media Enhancement

11.8.1. Immediate and elaborate feedback coursed through social media channels

11.9. Entertainment Portals

11.9.1. pop culture content curating