Importance of data management in digital media literacy: integration of cultural elements in children with deep learning techniques
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CitationKömeçoğlu, Y., Muftuoglu, Z., Umay, C., Tasdelen, A., & Ozdemir, S. (2019). Importance of Data Management in Digital Media Literacy: Integration of Cultural Elements in Children With Deep Learning Techniques. In Handbook of Research on Media Literacy Research and Applications Across Disciplines (pp. 235-247). IGI Global.
A digital literate person is identified as competent person in the three dimensions of digital technologies, defined as technical, cognitive, and socio-emotional. In particular, under the technical dimension, the person is able to use the tools of the digital world in a competent way. Considering this definition given in technical dimension, it is seen that the individual being a good digital literate is also related to the tools of the digital world. However, no matter how good a digital literate can be, she/he is suffocated in the information if there is no tool to help in accessing information in a certain area, because of the size of digital world. The purpose of this study is to strengthen the technical dimension of digital literacy by developing a tool for reaching the correct visuals by using deep learning techniques. In order to fulfill that purpose, transferring cultural heritage to the next generation by avoiding disturbing visuals, was focused.