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The course covers the foundations of cinematic language, including terms like “frame” and “shot,” as well as camera movements. It explores storytelling techniques, such as plot development and character portrayal, using tools like storyboards and photocomics. Participants learn about documentary genres and practice observing and recording their surroundings to create photo-documentaries. The concept of montage is explored, emphasizing shot selection and sequence in storytelling. Additionally, participants experiment with movement and stop-motion animation, and discover the narrative potential of sound. Throughout the course, they engage in practical exercises to apply their learning and develop their storytelling skills.

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TinEye is a powerful reverse image search tool. It enables users to find similar or matching images by uploading an image instead of using text. It’s a valuable resource for verifying image authenticity and finding the original source while enhancing media literacy skills and combat misinformation effectively.

IN-EDU Pills on MIL

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These videos are short animated videos explaining MIL notions such as chatbot, fake news, digital identity, etc., helping to promote MIL key words and concepts, mainly related to safety, privacy and ethics.
To find the “IN-EDU Pills on MIL”, scroll down to the section.

Cypher Learning

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The infographic is based on the Digital Citizenship in School2 book about how technology influences the way people interact and
the concept of digital citizenship in the classroom. Based on the nine elements of digital citizenship developed by the author, the infographic sums up the main elements to take into account when navigating online. You can show this infographic as a way to summarise your session on safety online, privacy and ethics.

What is my Label?

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It is easy to say “I have no prejudices” or “I’m not racist, so it has nothing to do with me”, or “I didn’t invite those refugees”. It is hard to say “I may not be to blame for what happened in the past but I want to take responsibility for making sure it doesn’t continue into the future”. This is why “What is my label?” was developed and can be easily included in your MIL training: A 2-hour activity practical experiment showing how stereotypes are rooted inside our minds and how easy is to be judged by others.

Troll Survivor Guide

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Within this short and easy-to-use manual, 4 steps are developed in case you encounter hate speech. It defines what hate speech is, how to identify it, how to react to it when you face this type of content, and how to denounce it. Easy to remember, it can be easily shared with your group during your MIL training.