Resources for introducing children in Grades 1 – 6 to media literacy education, including outlines of staff development programs, samples of student work, and video documentation of classroom practice.
A user-generated content website for analyzing contemporary propaganda in all its many forms, this website offers an ever-changing collection of digital media artifacts, lesson plans and activities for high school and college students
Dear Colleagues We’re delighted to announce the latest issue of the Journal of Media Literacy Education, Issues 6.3 is available at www.jmle.org In this issue, you’ll find scholarly and professional articles […]
Washington, D.C. – Americans are constantly trying to keep up with the latest digital tools and technologies. Whether it’s touch screen computers, smart phones, or user-generated news sites, access to […]
NAMLE is proud to be an outreach partner with FRONTLINE’s latest offering, Digital Nation, a new, open source PBS project that explores what it means to be human in an […]
The every-two-year NAMLE National Conference is the premier opportunity for training and professional development in the field of media literacy education. This post lists links to some of the online highlights from the 2009 Conference in Detroit, MI.