Intersections: Teaching and Learning Across Media Disruption is a watchword for the time we live in: competing social networking platforms, ever-shifting working styles, and novel job descriptions displacing the old, manifold curricular and performance demands. With all these possibilities vying for our buy-in, it has become vital to seek out commonalities among these trends, to […]
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In this 2013 NAMLE Conference Call for Proposals Info Chat, Conference Program Chair Erin Reilly gives President Sherri Culver “the skinny” on this year’s innovative presentation format options.
Read more about them and the proposal guidelines on the Call for Proposals page, and be sure to submit your proposal by January 21!
Series of interviews with DJ C, DJ Flack, DJ Singe, and DJ Spooky that explore aspects of DJ culture including remixing, copyright, and tools.
The National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) announces the results of its recent election for the Board of Directors for the 2012-2014 term. Reflecting the growing reach of media literacy across multiple disciplines, the 15-member board now includes representatives from higher education, independent media, after school programs, media production, organizational communications, research and public […]
MOBILITYSHIFTS: an International Future of Learning Summit kicks off today. This weeklong summit brings together education and technology visionaries to imagine the future of learning. From October 10-16, The New School in Mahattan sponsors the event, which includes a conference, workshops, a science fair, performances, and exhibitions focused on the changing landscape of learning using digital […]
NAMLE National Advisory Council member Henry Jenkins, and board member Erin Reilly of organizational member Project New Media Literacies were partners in the launch the new digital ethics curriculum, Our Space: Being a Responsible Citizen of the Digital World. Here’s the press release: Everyone is talking about the opportunities and risks of new digital media, especially […]