Improving Students’ Media Literacy: Evaluating “Do Run Do Learn”

By Junghwa Yoo, Kyungmee Lee and Yeongmahn You.

Published by The Learner Collection

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The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the significant learning potential of the DRDL program at Hanyang University, Rep. of Korea (South Korea), especially as it relates to media literacy. The CTL can approach a course in three ways and produce positive results. Media literacy refers to the ability to read and write data and information in many different systemic contexts. Therefore, the university considers media literacy an important competency for university students to create new knowledge (K Livingston & R Condie., 2006; SH Park & S Kwon., 2008). To find a solution to these needs, we designed a sample learning program called, “Do Run Do Learn” (DRDL) for university students. The DRDL’s main topic was media literacy. In this study, we evaluated DRDL to explore its capabilities as an attractive program for students, including its relevance to learning, its ability to give students confidence in media literacy and its satisfaction after learning. This is a great way to grow excellence individually, academically, and as a group.

Keywords: Media Literacy, Evaluation of Program, CTL Learning Program, ARCS

The International Journal of Learning, Volume 16, Issue 6, pp.145-156. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.524MB).

Junghwa Yoo

Graduate Student, Department of Educational Technology, Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea

I graduated and majored in Educational Technology, Hanynag University, Republic of Korea. The major includes media literacy, instructional technology, learning environments, Human Resource Development, and so on. Especially, I am interested in the instructional technology, and learning environments. I admitted the graduate school in same major. Then I have a course in Educational Technology and work the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) in Hanyang University. Successively, I design and develop learning programs for University students, working in the CTL. I try to design, develop and deliver the learning programs. The purpose of learning program is to help students learning, to improve their competence, and to promote learning environments. Until now, I study instructional design and plan to design the learning environments.

Kyungmee Lee

Graduate Student, Department of Educational Technology, Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea

M. A., Educational Technology, Hanyang Univ., Seoul, Korea & currently a Consultant in Center for Strategic HR Consulting, Samsung SDS, Seoul, Korea.

Prof. Yeongmahn You

Profesor, Department of Educational Technology, Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea

Knowledge ecology and ecological learning health are my current research topics and practical consulting topics with most Korean companies. I’ve been teaching human resources development, learning organization and knowledge management field for undergraduate and graduate students in Hanyang Univ. in Seoul, Korea.


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