A Tethered World evaluated the mobile habits of students of 52 nationalities, attending universities in eight countries, on three continents. Researchers had the 800 students track their mobile use over a 24-hour period this past spring 2012. Following the day-long tracking, the students completed an in-depth survey and wrote a 500-word narrative about their media habits.
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Now entering its seventh year, the Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change has convened nearly sixty international students and a dozen faculty in Salzburg each summer to discuss media’s influence around the world.
The Engagement Game Lab (EGL) is an applied research lab at Emerson College focusing on the development and study of games, technology, and new media to enhance civic life.
JMLE 4(2) interweaves an eclectic pattern of Research Articles, Voices from the Field essays, and Professional Resource Reviews. NAMLE 1st Vice President and new co-editor, Vanessa Domine, highlights three topographical features of the MLE landscape for this issue: enjoyment, engagement and empowerment. Changes to the JMLE include a new Editorial Team and a forthcoming discussion blog. Interested in [...]
News Literacy: Global Perspectives for the Newsroom and the Classroom edited by Paul Mihailidis ($32.60 + free shipping). News Literacy gathers leading scholars, educators, and media makers to explore new approaches to thinking about, examining, and evaluating news media and civic engagement around these fundamental questions: What are the most pressing issues in news, media, [...]
To note where NAMLE has come in its first decade, Renee Hobbs and Amy Petersen Jensen, co-editors of the Journal of Media Literacy Education (JMLE), asked several established and emerging scholars and practitioners to write short essays that address the following questions about the field of Media Literacy Education: What’s your sense of the movement [...]