Media and Communication
The I-Portal: Indigenous Studies Portal was launched in 2006 at the University of Saskatchewan. Its primary focus is on indigenous peoples of Canada with a secondary focus on indigenous peoples of the United States, Australia, Aotearoa – New Zealand, and other areas of the world. There are now over 71,000 records many with free full […]
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BoB playlist of Channel 4’s comedy about a Muslim female punk band. Shows Islam with all its nuance and humanity. Contains very strong language.
Zine Co-op collective have created an online collection of printable Palestine-related zines to print. You can download here.
A playlist of the Channel 4 comedy series, Big Boys, is available at https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/playlists/404470 It deals with friendship at university, is funny and moving in equal measure and has positive messages about sexuality and men’s mental health. Contains adult themes, drug-abuse and strong language.
Influencer culture in the Digital Age is an educational toolkit developed by Dr Robyn Muir and Dr Emily Setty, researchers at the University of Surrey, to help young women, educators and parents to explore in a healthy way influencer culture and its impact on young lives. It includes accounts by young people.
UNESCO publishes the first-ever global Guidance on Generative AI in Education and Research, designed to address the disruptions caused by Generative AI technologies. The first sections of the UNESCO Guidance explain what Generative AI is and how it works. The following sections elaborate on the controversies around Generative AI and their implications, focussing in particular on […]
Diplomatic Pulse 2.0 – The Search Engine for Official Press Releases of UN Member StatesNew from The UN Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs (DPPA) and the Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI), Diplomatic Pulse 2.0 provides a single place to quickly access and search official press releases from all UN Member States. Search by topic, […]
A survey of the American public from the Pew Internet projectIt includes breakdown by political affiliation, age and agenda. Chapters cover perceptions of the impact of artificial intelligence, levels of trust in large social media companies and willingness to accept terms and conditions online.
Sage has launched a new collection of free-to-read research of articles from its academic journals highlighting the effects of academic censorship on democracy, social-emotional learning, higher education, and more.Categories in the collection include:
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Connecting-Africa is supported by the Netherlands African Studies Association (NVAS). It provides free access to digital resources on Africa. Full-text of publications, images and sound from institutional repositories many based in African nations.
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