NAMLE is constantly moving forward to raise the profile of media literacy education and to spread the vision of media literacy as literacy for the 21st century.
Whether you are an educator, practitioner, scholar, researcher, or organization interested in promoting media literacy, we have developed this website and other social networking resources to connect you to the people and resources to move you forward.
- Become a Member and learn about the benefits of Membership
- Contribute to the Community and the Organization
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- Twitter: twitter.com/MediaLiteracyEd
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- Use the buttons at the bottom of each post or page on this website to share info on your favorite network
Contribute to NAMLE.net through the Resource Hub
- NAMLE’s Resource Hub is a collective ‘smackdown’ of curricula and other useful links that serve, intersect and represent the broad array of stakeholders in media literacy education that comprise our membership. If you have curricula of your own, or recommended resources you’d like to share with the greater media literacy community thorugh NAMLE.net, visit the Resource Hub Page to submit them directly on this website.