All reality is channeled through technological mediation. With Web 2.0, this secondary development of the web with all the social networking applications and possibilities, media are all the more prevalent. We do not live in a separate universe from media… Media literacy education is a key to examining our world, to integrate all forms of education and life experience.
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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.
NAMLE Members reflect on NAMLE and the importance of media literacy education: Joe Behson Nicki Soice Sister Rose Pacatte Belinha DeAbreu
By Liz Thoman, Founder, Center for Media Literacy “The best media literacy conference – ever!” was the general consensus of the 445 participants leaving the 2003 National Media Education Conference in Baltimore July 1 after three days of nearly non-stop presentations, screenings, workshops, panels, bookstore binges, exhibits and a Monday night crab feast. Read on […]