You can read stories tagged with #MediaLit(10) as the sessions were live-blogged, and see a record of tweets. The course had around 20 delegates.

Comments from participants of  MediaLit 2010

  • The MediaLit course was a brilliant forum to explore the application of media while considering it theoretically, theologically and ethically.
  • The course leadership provoked excellent discussion  and brought a full learning experience to the course.
  • I attended MediaLit to root much of my practical work in theory and theology – this has been more than realised throughout the week.
  • I would strongly recommend the MediaLit course to everyone in leadership, including those in churches and business.  This course is essential in engaging important messages in an age of ever-changing communication techniques.
  • MediaLit was a fantastic opportunity to put some theological foundation into my creative use of media.
  • An enjoyable course introducing a balance of theory and technique.
  • A great opportunity to be challenged, creative and informed about media.
  • Essential media training for leaders in Christian churches.

We also took on board a number of suggestions for how to run the course for 2011.

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