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Media Convergence and Mobility
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(in Polish) Media Convergence and Mobility

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Course ID: WT-DKS-TM Erasmus code / ISCED: 15.1 / (unknown)
Course title: (unknown) Name in Polish: Media Convergence and Mobility
Department: Institute of Media Education and Journalism
Course groups:
ECTS credit allocation (and other scores): 3.00
Language: English
Subject level: elementary
Learning outcome code/codes: enter learning outcome code/codes
Short description:

The main objective of this course is to train competence in the analysis of the convergence of media and mobility, especially in the context of changes in the media market. As a result of the course the student understands the media convergence in each country and is able to independently analyze and critically verify media messages on this topic.

Full description:

Identification and characterization of current issues related to the issues of media convergence in individual countries. Analyzing individual elements - the pillars of convergence: safety, economy, politics, geography, mobility. Evaluation of the impact of media and communication on issues related to national security. An attempt to define the most important challenges facing publishers of ensuring its customers access to the media. An attempt to delineate the schema evolution of traditional media and their adaptation to the new conditions on the media market, especially in the context of new media and social media.

The final grade consists of active student participation in classes (performing commissioned exercises, media analysis and preparation of copyright texts of a political, assessed on a regular basis - the student has the right to three unexcused absences) - ½ and individual work or group in draft form, and prepared individually academic essay in English developed and submitted within the prescribed period - ½.

The transition of traditional media into new media is perhaps most obvious when discussing the convergence between television and the computer

research on convergence of media and media technologies commonly approaches three interrelated aspects. The first one is the convergence of different media industries and of media itself. The second one deals with aspects of regulation and control. The third the research on different forms of interactivity and user participation within the media, and with the media.

Bibliography:

1. Agrawal P., Famolari D., Mobile Computing (1999) in Next Generation Wireless Networks, DIAL M 99, Seattle.

2. Aikat. D., News on the Web - usage trends of an Online newspaper. Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. 4(4). pp. 94-110.

3. Birkmaier C., Limited vision: the technopolitical war to control the future of digital mass media, netWorker: The Craft of Network Computing, Volume 1, Issue 2.

4. Godwin M., From Washington: net to worry, Communications of the ACM Volume 42 , Issue 12.

5. Grusin. R., Location, Location, Location. Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. 6(1). pp.48-61.

6. Hargittai. E., Radio’s Lessons for the Internet. Communications of the ACM. 43(1). pp.50-57.

7. Oswell. D. (1999). The Dark Side of Cyberspace - Internet Content Regulation and Child Protection. Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. 5(4). pp. 42-62.

8. Searls D, Linux for Suits: Now What: Are We Going to Let AOL Turn the Net into TV 2.0..., Linux Journal, Volume 2000 , Issue 72es (2000), Article No. 29.

9. Springel, S. (1999), The New Media Paradigm: Users as Creators of Content, in Personal Technologies 3:153-159.

10. A. De Tocqueville, Democracy in America, 2004.

11. C.S. Browning, International Security

12. D. McQuail ,McQuail's Mass Communication Theory, 2010.

13. F. George, Flashpoints

14. H. Kissinger, World Order

Learning outcomes:

EK 1:

2: not able to identify or discuss the main problems and challenges in the context of media convergence.

3: can point to contemporary problems and challenges in the context of media convergence,

but it can not reliably present relationship of the media with issues of security, politics, economy and mobility.

4: able to discuss and present a fair view of the problems and challenges in the context of media convergence and its impact on security issues, politics, economy and mobility.

5: perceives and expresses its own original insights about the problems and challenges in the context of media convergence and the impact of media on these issues of security, politics, economy and mobility.

EK 2:

2: can not perform any analysis of the problems and risks associated with the subject of media convergence.

3: proposes conclusions of a general nature, often clarifying them and not pointing relationship with the media.

4: proposes important and current topics related to the problems and risks associated with the convergence of the media in different countries.

5: presents original and rarely made in media-related topics with the problems and risks associated with the convergence of the media.

EK 3:

2: not able to review the information given to the topic of journalism

related issues of mobility and media convergence.

3: The information collected is too high a level of generality

4: able to collect interesting and important information on a given topic journalism on issues of mobility and media convergence.

5: presents the original materials on a given topic taken journalism related issues of mobility and media convergence.

EK 4:

2: not able to organize work

3: able to prepare for journalistic work, but does not implement it adequately, is unreliable, does not comply with the deadline

4: preparing for journalistic work through analysis, an analysis of the topic of journalism, reliably and with a term of

5: has become the organization developed its own journalistic work

EK 5:

2: can not judge presented his contemporary issues concerning the impact of the media on issues related to mobility and convergence of the media and do not seek information about them

3: able to find information on the problems and risks associated with mobility and convergence of the media in the context of various media publications that are taken and discussed together, but it can not assess them.

4: able to find and evaluate information on the problems and risks associated with mobility and convergence of the media in the context of different media publications.

5: expresses and justifies own original view on the problems and risks associated with mobility and convergence of the media in the context of various media publications

30 hours. - Active participation in exercises

5 hours. - Consultation with the teacher training

15 hours. - Preparation for exercises

20 hours. - Preparation of the project - a research task

20 hours. - Independent reading

90 hours. - together

3 - ECTS

Assessment methods and assessment criteria:

The final grade consists of active student participation in classes (performing commissioned exercises, media analysis and preparation of copyright texts of a political, assessed on a regular basis - the student has the right to three unexcused absences) - ½ and individual work or group in draft form, and prepared individually academic essay in English developed and submitted within the prescribed period - ½.

Classes in period "Winter semester 2016/17" (past)

Time span: 2016-10-01 - 2017-01-31
Choosen plan division:


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Type of class: Translatorium, 30 hours more information
Coordinators: Piotr Łuczuk
Group instructors: Piotr Łuczuk
Students list: (inaccessible to you)
Examination: final test
Type of subject: obligatory
Short description:

The main objective of this course is to train competence in the analysis of the convergence of media and mobility, especially in the context of changes in the media market. As a result of the course the student understands the media convergence in each country and is able to independently analyze and critically verify media messages on this topic.

Full description:

Identification and characterization of current issues related to the issues of media convergence in individual countries. Analyzing individual elements - the pillars of convergence: safety, economy, politics, geography, mobility. Evaluation of the impact of media and communication on issues related to national security. An attempt to define the most important challenges facing publishers of ensuring its customers access to the media. An attempt to delineate the schema evolution of traditional media and their adaptation to the new conditions on the media market, especially in the context of new media and social media.

The final grade consists of active student participation in classes (performing commissioned exercises, media analysis and preparation of copyright texts of a political, assessed on a regular basis - the student has the right to three unexcused absences) - ½ and individual work or group in draft form, and prepared individually academic essay in English developed and submitted within the prescribed period - ½.

The transition of traditional media into new media is perhaps most obvious when discussing the convergence between television and the computer

research on convergence of media and media technologies commonly approaches three interrelated aspects. The first one is the convergence of different media industries and of media itself. The second one deals with aspects of regulation and control. The third the research on different forms of interactivity and user participation within the media, and with the media.

Bibliography:

1. Agrawal P., Famolari D., Mobile Computing (1999) in Next Generation Wireless Networks, DIAL M 99, Seattle.

2. Aikat. D., News on the Web - usage trends of an Online newspaper. Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. 4(4). pp. 94-110.

3. Birkmaier C., Limited vision: the technopolitical war to control the future of digital mass media, netWorker: The Craft of Network Computing, Volume 1, Issue 2.

4. Godwin M., From Washington: net to worry, Communications of the ACM Volume 42 , Issue 12.

5. Grusin. R., Location, Location, Location. Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. 6(1). pp.48-61.

6. Hargittai. E., Radio’s Lessons for the Internet. Communications of the ACM. 43(1). pp.50-57.

7. Oswell. D. (1999). The Dark Side of Cyberspace - Internet Content Regulation and Child Protection. Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. 5(4). pp. 42-62.

8. Searls D, Linux for Suits: Now What: Are We Going to Let AOL Turn the Net into TV 2.0..., Linux Journal, Volume 2000 , Issue 72es (2000), Article No. 29.

9. Springel, S. (1999), The New Media Paradigm: Users as Creators of Content, in Personal Technologies 3:153-159.

10. A. De Tocqueville, Democracy in America, 2004.

11. C.S. Browning, International Security

12. D. McQuail ,McQuail's Mass Communication Theory, 2010.

13. F. George, Flashpoints

14. H. Kissinger, World Order

Classes in period "Summer semester 2017/18" (future)

Time span: 2018-02-01 - 2018-06-30
Choosen plan division:


magnify
see course schedule
Type of class: Translatorium, 30 hours more information
Coordinators: Piotr Łuczuk
Group instructors: Piotr Łuczuk
Students list: (inaccessible to you)
Examination: final test
Type of subject: obligatory
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