Media and Information Literacy is a trending topic these days. With the rise of fake news and alternative facts, MIL is not only a trend but a relevant set of skills needed by all to survive in this time and age. If humanity is not careful, it might drive itself crazy into destruction earlier than the projected course of human history. MIL is probably humanity's key to survival.
Inspired by the round table discussion with stakeholders on MIL policy and standardization in the country today, I wrote my MIL takeaways in the blog. Because I am still inspired, here is a Pathfinder (which I intend to further develop - see, inspiration is a very dangerous thing) on MIL for oldies (like me) and newbies.
For a good start on Information Literacy, read this - UNESCO Information Literacy For my personal experiences on IL, I have compiled them in one blog post. The links there are more than 10 years old, but I hope it could lend you a sense of history and background information.
This is what I found as relevant on Media Literacy The site has a video explaining what it is as well as 21st century literacies like digital literacy and visual literacy.
For freebies and downloadables on MIL, UNESCO and our DepEd have PDFs for your perusal.
UNESCO Media and Information Literacy as Composite Concept
Five Laws of Media and Information Literacy
DepEd Media and Information Literacy Curriculum Guide
Recognizing that MIL education is for all, UNESCO has a document mapping MIL policies across the globe: World Media Education Policy
And, if you're waist deep in MIL and its implementation in your learning community through the school library programs and services, share it with others via UNESCO's social media campaign #milclicks. Visit the website too. It has a MIL MOOC!