EduMediaTest Programme Call for Participation

EduMediaTest Programme Call for Participation

Webwise is currently recruiting schools to take part in the EduMediaTest Programme, which will allow students to complete an online questionnaire to test their knowledge and abilities to identify disinformation, detect hidden interests in sources, spot stereotypes, and to behave responsibly when it comes to copyright.


Audiovisual media regulators and public institutions in seven European countries have developed this interactive tool, EduMediaTest, to evaluate and improve media education for European pupils aged 14 to 18 thanks to the partial funding received from the European Commission under the Media Literacy for All programme.

On completion of the EduMedia Test all participating schools will be provided with results and free education materials based on the results of the evaluation to support media literacy education in the classroom.

What is involved?

Who: The programme is open to post-primary students aged 14-18 years

When: The test will take place in April

What’s involved in the programme?
Students will complete a media literacy questionnaire, it should take approximately one hour – please allow time for students to get set up.

Please note: a minimum of 100 students per school are required to complete the questionnaire.

The questionnaire is available in English and Irish.

How to complete the questionnaire:
The questionnaire is to be completed online, students will need access to a computer, laptop or smart device. On completion of the questionnaire all participating schools will be provided with results and free education materials to support media literacy education.


Additional information on the EduMediaTest Programme is available here.

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