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Category: 2013 Conference
Did you miss the NAMLE 2013 keynotes, or would you like to see them again? They’re now online! View Friday keynote by award-winning experimental filmmaker Tiffany Shlain. View Saturday keynote by Participant Media CEO Jim Berk.
Media literacy, to me, is about the future. It’s about all the ways we can build active voices that will preserve a tolerant, diverse, collaborative and participatory global culture. I’ve been researching media literacy for almost a decade now, and teaching it for longer. I see the path to successful media literacy outcomes really experienced […]
I’m an assistant professor of library and information science at Rutgers, and I’m passionate about bringing the principles of critical media and digital literacy education espoused by NAMLE to greater impact at the national level. The NAMLE conference 2013 in LA will bring together key thought leaders and practitioners, for much-needed networking, direction-taking, and raising […]
Globalization. Information Communication Technology. The phenomena of communication. The 2013 NAMLE Conference will expands the boundaries of media literacy education with this presentation. UNESCO has always been a leader in media literacy education projects around the world. Join NAMLE President Sherri Culver and Carolyn Wilson, co-coordinator of UNESCO’s Media and Information Literacy Curriculum […]
As a Development and Outreach Associate at Common Sense Media I raise awareness and philanthropic support for media literacy education. In today’s global economy and digitally connected world, it is crucial for students to learn 21st century skills that will help them thrive and succeed. Media literacy education teaches us all how to be informed consumers […]