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Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 412

Media Practice
Course Goals:
With the completion of this course, students will be able to learn the following. 1) comprehend the way of thinking in media literacy, which is interdisciplinary knowledge and practice with a focus on media as an agent for communication, 2) bodily understand the wisdom of media literacy, and 3) learn the minimum knowledge to design workshops as an academic method. This year, the keyword of the course will be "mobile media."

Course Description:
This course consists of two streams: lectures & reading literature, and video watching & workshops. Lecture and reading will cover a wide range of topics, including media literacy, media history, ideas and theories on media and communication, and media expressions necessary to cope with various problems associated with the contemporary media ecology in Japan.
In this course of 2020, the main topic will be mobile media such as smartphones, cell phones, and tablets. Mobile media will be the symbolic keyword that magnetizes theories, practices, and other media literacy topics.
Workshops and video watching will be opportunities for students to understand the above topics bodily by participating in and designing workshops as academic methodologies.
There will be four group works, including video watching and workshops. Those two streams will be integrated and crystallized as the wisdom of media literacy in the last part of the course.
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4974120
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 412
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A2
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福武ホール B2階・福武ラーニングスタジオ2
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日本語/英語
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2
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授業計画
01. Orientation 02. Lecture and mini-workshop 01 03. Mobile media in a drama (Watching) 04. Mobile media in a drama (Discussion) 05. Mobile digital storytelling (Co-creation) 06. Mobile digital storytelling (Co-creation) 07. Mobile digital storytelling (Showing & discussion) 08. Interim (Reading & Lecture) 09. Reflection on the mobile media landscape (Groupw ***** 10. Reflection on the mobile media landscape (Groupwork & ***** 11. Reflection on the mobile media landscape (Groupw ***** 12. Reflection on the mobile media landscape (Showing & discussion) 13. Wrap up discussion
授業の方法
Workshop (Group Activities): 40% Literature reading and video watching: 30% Lecture and Discussion: 30%
成績評価方法
The viewpoint of evaluation: (1)Whether the student has understood the basic knowledge and perspective of media literacy. (2)Whether the student has achieved (1) in the context of the relationship with her/his own life and research. (3)Whether the student has actively and collaboratively participated in classes. Evaluation method: Contribution to the classes, performance in workshops, and mid & final reports Evaluation criteria: Attendance (40%), Performance in Workshops (40%), Mid and Final Reports (20%)
教科書
The lecturer will bring some pieces of literature for reading. They will be short articles and essays in English related to media literacy.
参考書
1st to 9th issue of "5: Designing Media Ecology": a bilingual independent little magazine edited by Shin Mizukoshi, Osamu Sakura, and Yoshitaka Mouri. http://www.fivedme.org/*****
履修上の注意
How to prepare for this course: (1) Due to the COVID-19, this course will be an online one with Zoom, Slack, and ITC-LMS. The maximum number of students will be 20. (2) Though depending on the number of students registered, there will be three kinds of workshops. When the number of students is small, individual activities will replace workshops. If the number of attendance is more than 20, the lecturer will discuss with the office to choose by lottery. (2) The students need to do some home and preparatory work. Prerequisites: (1) Students need to attend more than eleven classes. (2) The lecturer will speak in English for lectures. In the discussion and workshops, English and partly in Japanese. (3) Students need to prepare PCs and internet connections.
その他
(1) International research students (Gaikokujin Kenkyusei) will not be able to attend the course. (2) There will be a teaching assistant (TA) who will mainly facilitate group discussion and workshop design.