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The programme focuses on developing expertise in the new discipline of digital literacy education. The discipline is formed by linking media literacy to information and communication technology in learning, media use, and critical thinking in media saturated societies. The programme develops the students’ expertise in tutoring and develops the conceptual awareness and practical skills needed for competence in reading and writing media and creating suitable learning environments.

The programme and research on digital literacy education support the current research priorities of communication sciences, particularly from the perspectives of audiencing and priorities. Education sciences as a collaboration partner contribute to the programme by providing the perspective of pedagogies in mediated learning environments. The programme will facilitate maturity in the cognitive skills needed to understand and evaluate media and its contents as well as cultural practices, which enables media users to be more than consumers since they can actively do mediation for themselves (i.e. as prosumers).

A master’s degree in digital literacy education is pertinent to various contexts, for example schools, media organisations and public administration. In the school environment, graduates may be involved in the development of curricula across all levels. Educators in preschool organisations and youth counselling need skills to reflect on media with children.

The focus of the programme is on developing expertise in the new discipline of digital literacy education. The discipline is formed by linking of digital literacy to information and communication technology in learning and pedagogy, media use and critical thinking in media saturated societies. The programme develops students’ expertise in tutoring, development of conceptual awareness and practical skills, which are necessary for competence in reading and writing for media, and creating suitable learning environments. The programme and research on digital literacy education support current research priorities of communication sciences, particularly from the perspectives of audiencing and priorities. Education sciences as a collaboration partner contributes the perspective of pedagogies in mediated learning environments to the programme.

The programme will facilitate maturity in the cognitive skills needed to understand and evaluate media and their contents, as well as cultural practice – enabling media users to be more than consumers by actively doing mediation for themselves (i.e. as ‘prosumers’). The programme broadly benefits from current media and educational studies, especially digital literacies, education, intercultural education, and studies on learning environments and information technologies in education, such as human interaction and technology.

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