Darragh Dandurand Friedman, a senior at Temple University, attended NAMLE 2013 and stopped by our booth to share her thoughts on media literacy.
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To celebrate the upcoming symposium on the Historical Roots of Media Literacy at the University of Rhode Island’s Harrington School of Communication and Media, NAMLE is proud to welcome several participants in a pre-conference Google Hangout this Wednesday, September 11, at 6PM EST. Here is some information about our panelists: Tessa Jolls is the President […]
Nathaniel Frederick II is an assistant professor of mass communication at Winthrop University in South Carolina. He said he first became interested in media literacy while taking a college class on African-Americans in media. The professor taught him how to deconstruct a television show, he said, and how to identify elements of production such as […]
Cyndy Scheibe is a professor of psychology at Ithaca College and the founder and executive director of Project Look Sharp. Scheibe first became interested in media literacy when she attended the 1995 National Media Literacy Conference in Los Angeles. She was especially inspired by a speech by Renee Hobbs and a session with Renee Cherow-O’Leary […]
This special issue of JMLE aligns closely with NAMLE’s July 2013 conference, Intersections: Teaching and Learning Across Media. We strongly encourage anyone attending the conference to read this as a signpost to the programming that awaits you during the two days we will share together. As guest editor of this JMLE special issue, Erin Reilly invited these authors […]
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 […]