In this page, you will find resources that have been specifically created with the collective expertise of ReNews actors. They have been used as reference materials to implement ReNews trainings and workshops, and will help you get acquainted with, but also understand, and even master the world of media and information.
A good practices section down below displays various examples of support developed to put in practice, and adapt to local context, the different resources mentioned above.
Media literacy handbook
In general terms, Media and Information Literacy (MIL) encourages knowledge and understanding of media and information to improve public debate and social participation.
Media literacy education workshop
Media and Information Literacy encourages knowledge and understanding of media and information to improve public debate and social participation.
Teachers pre training and post-training survey
Do I, as a teacher, understand and have the ability to train my students to Media Literacy ?
Guide to Canva
Canva is a free graphic design platform that allows you to edit photos without extensive photo editing knowledge or experience.