FILM LITERACY IN EUROPE (2012)

The purpose of the study was to deliver a report mapping the current practices in film literacy in Europe. The study includes initiatives in formal and informal education settings, covering all age groups.

The contract was carried out by a consortium lead by the British Film Institute in partnership with the Institute of Education – University of London and Film Education Company.

Final report pdf - 2 MB [2 MB]

Case studies pdf - 3 MB [3 MB]   -  Country profiles pdf - 3 MB [3 MB]

TESTING AND REFINING CRITERIA TO ASSESS MEDIA LITERACY LEVELS IN EUROPE (2010)

Name of economic operator to whom the contract was awarded: Danish Technological Institute

STUDY ON ASSESSMENT CRITERIA FOR MEDIA LITERACY LEVELS (2009)

- A comprehensive view of the concept of media literacy and an understanding of how media literacy levels in Europe should be assessed

This study was carried out for the Commission by the EAVI Consortium (including European Association for Viewers’ Interests (EAVI), CLEMI, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Universite Catholique de Louvain and the University of Tampere).

The objective of this study was to analyse the most appropriate criteria for the assessment of media literacy levels and provide the Commission with a set of such criteria.

CURRENT TRENDS AND APPROACHES TO MEDIA LITERACY IN EUROPE (2007)

The study "Current trends and approaches to media literacy in Europe" was carried out for the Commission by the Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona in the second half of 2007. The objective was to map current practices in implementing media literacy in Europe. The study covers the 27 Member States of the European Union and the EEA Member States.

Country profiles

AUSTRIA pdf - 289 KB [289 KB] HUNGARY pdf - 299 KB [299 KB] SLOVENIA pdf - 266 KB [266 KB]
FINLAND pdf - 259 KB [259 KB] IRELAND pdf - 271 KB [271 KB] SPAIN pdf - 409 KB [409 KB]
FRANCE pdf - 395 KB [395 KB] ITALY pdf - 435 KB [435 KB] UNITED KINGDOM pdf - 477 KB [477 KB]
GERMANY pdf - 287 KB [287 KB] PORTUGAL pdf - 303 KB [303 KB]