EVENT: Ofcom – Making Sense Of Media – Dundee, June 20

EVENT: Ofcom – Making Sense Of Media – Dundee, June 20

On Tuesday next week OFCOM – the UK communications regulator – is holding an in-person event in Dundee on June 20th as part of its Making Sense of Media roadshow.

The Making Sense of Media (MSOM) team will share insights from Ofcom’s work on media literacy as well as giving delegates a chance to hear from local experts and connect with members of the organisation’s network across the country.

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Making Sense of Media is Ofcom’s programme to help improve the online skills, knowledge and understanding of UK adults and children – including a growing interest in games and gaming.

The organisation shares insights, based on evidence and research, and by galvanising the wider media literacy community to progress and pilot activities and initiatives in support. This work builds on Ofcom’s substantial body of research into the UK’s media habits, attitudes and critical understanding.

The events in this roadshow include:

The events will be held on:

  • Exeter: Wednesday 14 June, Exeter University, Reed Hall
  • Dundee: Tuesday 20 June, Dundee Contemporary Arts
  • Belfast: Wednesday 21 June, The MAC
  • Bangor (Gwynedd): Thursday 22 June, Bangor University, The Management Centre

It is free to register for all of the events and lunch will be provided at each.

You can register for the Dundee event here.

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