In January’s Update e-newsletter, we offered a free copy of Discovering Media Literacy by Renee Hobbs and David Cooper Moore. The winner of the drawing is Sister Elizabeth Titilayo Aduloju, a sister of St. Michael the Archangel, Nigeria. Sr. Elizabeth is a teacher of Media Literacy at the Catholic Institute of West Africa, Nigeria, and […]
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The new date is Friday, February 7th at 6 pm eastern. As part of our new Privacy Initiative, we’re hosting a book club-style Google Hangout. We’ll be discussing Dave Eggers’ new novel The Circle. It’s a riveting story about privacy in the age of social media and lives lived increasingly online. This will be an informal […]
Volume 4, Issue 2 of the JMLE features three topographical characteristics of the MLE landscape: enjoyment, engagement and empowerment. These bold threads interweave this eclectic pattern of Research Articles, Voices from the Field essays, and Professional Resource Reviews comprising this issue.
Last week 12 theater-goers were senselessly shot and killed and 58 others injured during a midnight premier of a popular Hollywood film in Aurora, Colorado. President Obama and leaders from across the world reached out with condolences to the victim’s families and a community and a nation once again stricken with grief and sadness. Those […]
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 […]
Voices of Media Literacy, a project representing the individual points of view of 20 media literacy pioneers and leaders, has been launched today at www.medialit.com, the website of NAMLE Organizational Member, the Center for Media Literacy. “It is our hope and expectation that these discussions will provoke discussion, gestate more debate and most importantly, incite action […]