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Transmedia literacy in the new media ecology: Teens’ transmedia skills and informal learning strategies

Carlos A. Scolari, Maria-José Masanet, Mar Guerrero-Pico, María-José Establés

Resumen


The emergence of new media and platforms has compelled media literacy scholars to review their theoretical frameworks and methodological approaches. Based on a new conception –‘transmedia literacy’– that moves from traditional media literacy (teaching critical media skills at school) to informal learning and participatory cultures, the research behind the present article aims to understand how new generations are doing things with media and how they learn to do the things they do. The outputs of this international research that involved 8 countries were organised into three sections: 1) transmedia skills, 2) informal learning strategies and 3) emergent issues regarding teens, new media and collaborative cultures. Finally, the article deals with the future perspectives of transmedia literacy as a research and action programme.


Palabras clave


Media literacy; Transmedia literacy; Transmedia skills; Informal learning strategies; Short-term ethnography.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2018.jul.09

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