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MIL by Mind Map: MIL

1. MEDIA THEN AND NOW

1.1. Social media is a daily habit for most. We wake up in the morning and Facebook. Waiting for morning coffee leads to a scroll through Instagram. A funny scene on the way to work turns into a Snapchat to a friend.

1.2. Advertisers have access to the incredible reach and attention on social, and the opportunity will only grow in the future.

1.3. When face-to-face discussions are impossible or inconvenient, humans have dreamed up plenty of creative solutions. Avalaunch Media recently unveiled their Interactive Infographic entitled, “The Complete History of Social Media.”

1.4. The roots of social media stretch far deeper than you might imagine. Although it seems like a new trend, sites like Facebook are the natural outcome of many centuries of social media development.

1.5. The major platforms that people use now such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube all had predecessors prior to their launch that gave their founders reasons to believe their websites could succeed along with what not to do in some cases.

1.6. into videos and linked to web sites such as Youtube, social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter and personal blogs. Many news companies now actively attempt to integrate multimedia components such as video

2. MEDIA

2.1. WHAT IS MEDIA

2.1.1. MEDIA are the communication outlets or tools used to store and deliver information or data.

2.1.2. Consequently, Media is a modern form of communication aiming at spreading knowledge within the whole world, regardless any form of discrimination.

2.1.3. is the plural form medium, which (broadly speaking) describes any channel of communication. This is can include anything from printed paper to digital data, and encompasses art, news, educational content and numerous other forms of information.

2.1.4. The terms refers to components of mass media communication industry, such us print media, publishing, the news media, photography, cinema, broadcasting (radio and television), and advertising.

2.1.5. as well as to become skillful creators and producers of information and media messages in their own right.

2.1.6. Empowerment of people though media and information Literacy (MIL) is an important prerequisite for fostering equitable access to information and knowledge and promoting free.

2.1.7. independent and pluralistic media and information systems, media and information literacy recognize the primary role of information and media in our everyday lives.

3. UNDERSTANDING MEDIA: AESTHETICS OF FILM AND TV

3.1. Media aesthetics emphasizes the importance of understanding sensuous perception as culturally and historically situated and insists on the continuity between so-called old and new media.

3.2. Media aesthetics ties into what has been called digital humanities and seeks to take into account the high levels of technological mediation of the world today.

3.3. Media aesthetics is an interdisciplinary arena for research on media technologies, aesthetics and mediation. It does not belong to any one discipline, but is rather a set of perspectives that may inscribe themselves into a great number of disciplines and has done so most notably in media studies, art history, film studies, and to a certain extent, comparative literature and humanistic as well.

3.4. Given the fact that media aesthetics is a multidisciplinary, heterogeneous, and relatively new arena for academic research, it is no simple task to make a list of general overviews of the entire field.

3.5. Effective understanding and use of media aesthetics can determine whether images and sounds presented on a media display screen will be recognized and understood in the manner and with the emphasis intended.

4. UNDERSTANDING MEDIA: AESTHETICS OF THE IMAGE,TEXT,AND AUDIO.

4.1. advanced undergraduates and first year graduate students, this course will take up the image/sound/text complex as a foundational issue in aesthetics and media

5. UNDERSTANDING: AETHESTIC OR NEW MEDIA

5.1. Students acquire knowledge and creative aspects of new media in theory and in practice, which enable them to create and realize new forms of artistic expression by application and new media design. In line with esthetic and technical criteria, students are enabled to set concepts, design and realize projects in the area of new media.

5.2. useful for resisting the aestheticization of politics practiced by the Nazis. Adorno thought this theory led to a regression of aesthetic perception, yet nevertheless Benjamin’s thesis became rather influential in the contemporary aesthetics of technology and media.

5.3. New Media Design is to, by providing a unique, educational platform, assist in creating new generations of artists, innovators, creative people and educators whose tools of visual expression are digital media, modern types of human and human-machine interaction, esthetics and narrative of interactive art, visual programming, digital rhetoric.

5.4. clearly defined and published outcome and role in the educational system. The objective of the study programme of the doctoral academic studies New Media Design is to establish a unique platform for education, development and advancement of students who wish to create new artistic, cultural and commercial expressions by using modern and up-coming digital technologies and media

6. UNDERSTANDING MEDIA: AESTHETICS OF SOCIAL NETWORKING.

6.1. members a percentage of its ad revenue for posting and sharing content. This chance to earn money from social networking led to an early explosion of numbers joining the site.

6.2. Social media encourages the bond between a company and the clients to develop by frequent interaction and communication. Therefore, our Aesthetics of Essex team frequently utilize the Facebook and Twitter accounts we set up, in order to maintain this regular interaction and communication, as well as promoting our services and latest offers.

6.3. At Aesthetics of Essex we understand the importance of social media in maintaining and developing a business. Social media encourages the bond between a company and the clients to develop by frequent interaction and communication.

6.4. Aesthetics of Essex have taken social channelling a step further with our recently-launched You Tube Channel. The existing videos on this site involve a few of our available treatments being filmed, with introductions and information given from the nurses. This concept is valuable for those considering a treatment, but cautious of what the procedure actually entails. From watching our videos, they can witness the majority of the process and find out anything they might want to know that isn’t available on the website.