생태적 관계성에 기반한 정보 해독능력 교육과 기독대학공동체

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발행기관 : 한국기독교교육정보학회 수록지정보 : 기독교교육정보 / 18권
저자명 : 김은정

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Ⅰ. 서언
Ⅱ. 미디어와 정보
Ⅲ. 미디어와 정보 해독능력 증진을 위한 리터러시
Ⅳ. 생태적 관계구조 내에서의 정보 해독능력 교육
Ⅴ. 결론
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Abstract

한국어 초록

Contemporary young adults find their major life interests in the world of popular media and culture. How do they use media to construct meaning in their lives? In fact, meaning is constructed from the environment created by the mediasphere. Popular media are understood as constructions that enable a young person to create meaning. Meaning built by media is not neutral, because information acquired by media carries media violence, message saturation, and information explosion. Information is piecemeal and transitory, whereas knowledge has structure, organization, and enduring significance. Information resides in the messages, while knowledge resides in a person"s mind. Information gives something to the person to interpret, whereas knowledge reflects what is already been interpreted by the person. The problem of media and information has shifted from gaining access to protecting oneself.
Media scholars categorize literacy as following: 3Rs (reading, writing, and arithmetic), visual literacy, television literacy, computer literacy, multimedia literacy, information literacy, ICT(information communications technology) literacy, media literacy, and digital literacy. Especially, attention should be focused on media literacy and digital literacy in terms of their characteristics. Media literacy is a multidimensional concept with many interesting facets. The purpose of media literacy is to empower individuals to control media programming. Digital literacy is not a category but a continuum, which is multidimensional.
Education about the information literacy competency can be developed through maturation, improvement of natural abilities, meaningful experiences, and active application of skills. The purpose of developing a personal information literacy strategy is to gain control over the negative influences of media. Ten suggestions are presented to guide in the development of a personal information literacy strategy. Christian higher education can be understood in connection to the learning ecology and the community as a network. Parker Palmer has suggested a communal model with information flowing in many directions, with multiple ways in which a person can learn about something, and multiple relationships by which learners come to know. At this point, the ecology of teaching and learning is embodied or relational.
In summary, the essential necessities of education on the information literacy competency in connection with ecological relationships of a communal Christian university have been identified.

영어 초록

Contemporary young adults find their major life interests in the world of popular media and culture. How do they use media to construct meaning in their lives? In fact, meaning is constructed from the environment created by the mediasphere. Popular media are understood as constructions that enable a young person to create meaning. Meaning built by media is not neutral, because information acquired by media carries media violence, message saturation, and information explosion. Information is piecemeal and transitory, whereas knowledge has structure, organization, and enduring significance. Information resides in the messages, while knowledge resides in a person's mind. Information gives something to the person to interpret, whereas knowledge reflects what is already been interpreted by the person. The problem of media and information has shifted from gaining access to protecting oneself.
Media scholars categorize literacy as following: 3Rs (reading, writing, and arithmetic), visual literacy, television literacy, computer literacy, multimedia literacy, information literacy, ICT(information communications technology) literacy, media literacy, and digital literacy. Especially, attention should be focused on media literacy and digital literacy in terms of their characteristics. Media literacy is a multidimensional concept with many interesting facets. The purpose of media literacy is to empower individuals to control media programming. Digital literacy is not a category but a continuum, which is multidimensional.
Education about the information literacy competency can be developed through maturation, improvement of natural abilities, meaningful experiences, and active application of skills. The purpose of developing a personal information literacy strategy is to gain control over the negative influences of media. Ten suggestions are presented to guide in the development of a personal information literacy strategy. Christian higher education can be understood in connection to the learning ecology and the community as a network. Parker Palmer has suggested a communal model with information flowing in many directions, with multiple ways in which a person can learn about something, and multiple relationships by which learners come to know. At this point, the ecology of teaching and learning is embodied or relational.
In summary, the essential necessities of education on the information literacy competency in connection with ecological relationships of a communal Christian university have been identified.

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