This toolkit provides a learning path that enables people to cultivate and develop media
literacies and digital skills in civic education. These new skills and understanding will give
practitioners the confidence and ability to embed them into their practice and pass these
skills on to benefit the individuals and communities with which they work.
WHO IS IT FOR?
This learning path is for adult educators, practitioners and facilitators who wish to explore
different methods of media literacy and digital storytelling in their work. It specifically looks
at how to apply these subjects into areas of civic education with individuals and groups of
people who are on the margins of society. In consequence, it encourages and upskills
individuals and groups to become part of a digital society. These new skills and
understanding will give practitioners the confidence and ability to embed them into their
practice and pass them on to benefit the individuals and communities in which they work.
WHAT DOES IT CONSIST OF?
The learning path consists of four easy-to-use modules that give accessible explanations
and practical tasks to guide you through the different facets of media literacy and digital
storytelling. These are:
Module 1: An introduction to media literacy and digital storytelling in civic education.
Module 2: Developing digital skills and using digital tools
Module 3: Identifying specific media literacies and digital storytelling needs in different
Module 4: Safe and responsible practice.