Social Isolation - a Prerequisite for Forced and Intensive Development of Media Literacy and Digital Education of Society
The paper analyzes the behavior of society in a crisis and social distance and the increased influence of the media. Data on the level of training of teachers, students and parents related to media and information literacy are presented. The degree of forced media literacy in crisis conditions is measured. Models and methods of distance and media learning within the European Union are compared. In conclusion, examples are given of media connections and media literacy in the absence of a social environment and live communication among children and students in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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