NAMLE is pleased to share video remarks, directed toward youth, from the Office of the US Secretary of State: What an affirmation for each of us that our work promoting media literacy education is important and that NAMLE’s vision, mission and strategies are recognizably aligned to the evolving visions and policies of the US Department of State. [...]
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In his July 24 address at the NAMLE conference, keynote speaker Douglas Rushkoff said he felt inspired by how “sexy” media literacy has become. The term “media literacy” used to make eyes glaze over; it sounded like something that came from the parent/establishment world, but now it’s a fertile cultural source—“a weird, cross-pollinating thing, something iconoclastic that’s going [...]
Canadian blogger Mike Gange shouts out all of the media literacy personalities he’s gotten to know over the years on the conference circuit, and remarks on the new faces he met this year in Philly and the value of this caliber of conference for sharpening his media literacy saw as a teacher. Read his reflection [...]
2011 MLM Awardee: Voices of Hope Voices of Hope NAMLE Presentation from Lori H. Ersolmaz on Vimeo. 2011 MLM Awardee: iCarly 2011 MLM Awardee: Lucky Duck Productions acceptance video not available online
The media landscape is changing, along with what means to be a literate participant in it. It’s no longer enough to understand the media we read and watch. We must learn how to read and watch the media through which we understand the world. That’s why the upcoming NAMLE conference matters. Our best hope of [...]
Hip-hop artist and diversity advocate Mohammed Bilal and digital culture guru Douglas Rushkoff will each deliver keynote addresses at the NAMLE 2011 Conference in Philadelphia this July. Register for the Conference here. Mohammed Bilal is probably best known as the voice of reason on MTV’s Real World San Francisco. He is also an accomplished diversity [...]