Archivo de la categoría: media

Is Education Obsolete? Sugata Mitra at the MIT Media Lab | MIT Center for Civic Media

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Can children learn to read by themselves? It’s a question which Nicholas Negroponte posed before inviting him to be a visiting professora at the Media Lab. If so, it would turn the entire system of education upside down. Mitra cites anecdotal evidence that children can teach themselves the alphabet using Android phones. But that’s not comprehension. To answer this, we need to answer two question: firstly, can they learn to read? Secondly, can they improve their comprehension, understanding, and belief? A group at the Media Lab is trying to answer the first question; Mitra is working on the second. Studies are happening right now in Kanha and rural West Bengal.

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Transmedia Digest: What Is a Transmedia Narrative? (Part 1 – Defining “Transmedia”)

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En este blog se puede encontrar información muy bien desglosada sobre todo lo que hace falta saber para crear una narración transmedia, desde la definición del propio concepto hasta el diseño de los universos narrativos.

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Adventures in Transmedia

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Andrea Mulle:  “Leveraging the individual strengths of multiple storytelling platforms, transmedia builds a storyworld meant to engage and involve its audience and delivers an informative, entertaining experience” …

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