As technology creates upheaval and resources dwindle, journalism and education are fighting for their futures. The insightful new book, Drop that Knowledge: Youth Radio Stories, offers an answer and inspires new […]
1) What do you do? I am about to start my 16th year of teaching Media Studies classes at Thurston High School, which is located in the South Redford School […]
“If the public can’t discern truth from falsehood, it will inevitably make poor choices.”
Want to recommend an M-Passioned NAMLE member who should be in our next feature? Contact Kelly Mendoza, Membership Chair, with your suggestion. What do you do? I am on the faculty […]
We spoke with Abby Popper, who’s in charge of Public Relations for the Jacob Burns Film Center, about the organization’s exciting work in media literacy.
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.