NAMLE member Brian Primack, M.D., recently received an Early Career Investigator Award from the Society of Behavioral Medicine for his research focus on the relationship between mass media and health. […]
NAMLE member John McManus was awarded the 2009 Sigma Delta Chi award from the Society of Professional Journalists for his multimedia book Detecting Bull: How to Detect Bias and Junk […]
The recent board elections of the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) have brought a variety of new voices to the leadership of the organization. Reflecting the growing reach of media literacy across multiple disciplines, the 15-member board now includes representatives from higher education, public broadcasting, independent media, after school programs, media production, organizational communications, research and public health.
What’s NAMLE been up to this year? These efforts connect directly to NAMLE’s Strategic Goals. MAY 2010 New board members elected. Welcome Erin Reilly, Annelise Wunderlich, Tim Oldakowski, Mark Hannah, and Andrea […]
The role of astronomy in K-12 settings has always proved to be one of curiosity and awe for many students in the classroom setting. However, the amazing technological developments in media presentation have bolstered the mainstream accessibility of astronomic media.
The recent board elections of the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) have brought a variety of new voices to the leadership of the organization. Reflecting the growing reach […]