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MediActive « Aktivisme Informasi « Downloads
|Version||English / mediactive.com|
|Date posted||February 27, 2011|
We’re in an age of information overload, and too much of what we watch, hear and read is mistaken, deceitful or even dangerous. Yet you and I can take control and make media serve us — all of us — by being active consumers and participants. Here’s how. License: Creative Commons. By: mediactive.com
Mediactive is divided into three sections. The first section is a history of the dismal state of current media — partisan and bickering, financially troubled, insufficiently critical of power and overly sensitive to Internet upstarts. Gillmor explains how reporters can (and sometimes do) use online media to get their stories straight, and in so doing, explains how you can do the same, and become a smarter consumer of, participant in, and maker of news. This is a crash-course in being a better consumer of the news, asking active questions about how the news you see and hear and read is constructed.
Part two is an information age journalism program encapsulated in a swiftly moving section on using tools and systems to make better news. Even if you’re not planning on starting up your own blog, wiki, mailing list, or even a newspaper, this section should be required reading for anyone hoping to understand how smart use of the right tool can put the news in the service to its community, structured around the values of truth, humility, and honor.
Part three is a big-think piece on the way that institutions — from j-schools to the FTC and Congress — can and should change the way they do things to clear the way for journalism that works with the net, not against it. Covering issues from pedagogy to DRM law, from comment moderation to Network Neutrality, Gillmor moves into the macro-scale with the same deftness that he brings to the details in part two. (boingboing.net)
Chapter 1 Darwin’s Media
Chapter 2 Becoming an Active User: Principles
Chapter 3 Tools and Techniques for the Mediactive Consumer
Chapter 4 Journalism’s Evolving Ecosystem
Chapter 5 Principles of Trustworthy Media Creation
Chapter 6 Tools and Tactics for Trusted Creators
Chapter 7 Owning Your Online Presence
Chapter 8 Entrepreneurs Will Save Journalism, and You Could Be
One of Them
Chapter 9 Laws and Norms
Chapter 10 Teaching and Learning Mediactivity
Chapter 11 A Path to Tomorrow
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