Graduate student Jason Handin with comedian Jeremy Briggs bring you Fake Off! A series of humorous game-show-trivia episodes highlighting the Five Key Questions and Core Concepts for media literacy created for a college-aged audience (18+). This is Handin's final project for his Master's degree in Mass Communications/Journalism from California State University, Northridge. We will post one episode per week throughout the month of July. Watch them on CML's YouTube Channel here.
CML is creating a series of infographics to illustrate the Key Questions and Core Concepts of Media Literacy. We will regularly add to this collection for use by educators, parents, and advocates. Share with your friends!
May issue of Connections: Data Representation and Media Literacy. Includes interviews with leaders from data-centric organizations and reveals the need for media literacy skills to understand and evaluate quantitative information. Read it here!
May 13, 2018. CARPÉ LA features a unique opportunity to play test CARPÉ, a new Augmented Reality and SMART Kit game from Reilly Works. During each 90-minute session players will test the mini-game, offer some feedback on the experience, and enjoy playing together on the beautiful South Lawn of the Autry Museum. For more information contact: Erin Reilly at Reillyworks (email@example.com).
Our 100th issue of Connections is now available featuring interviews with Dr. Philip Seib, Professor of Journalism and Public Diplomacy, University of Southern California, and author of As Terrorism Evolves: Media, Religion, and Governence, and Adam Badawy, PhD student in Computational Social Sciences studying malicious behavior on social media. Read it here.
In this issue of Connections, we discuss schools as online and offline communities, and how media literacy skills can empower students to actively and responsibly address the difficult topics and risks of our day. We share front-line insights from National School Walkout Day, with a case study on media literacy in action. We also explore how to help students understand their own part in communities, with parent involvement. Includes interviews with Rose Pierre-Louis of Connecticut Public’s Thinkalong program, and Mary Ann Sund of Lersun Development.
ESSENTIAL DIGITAL LITERACY SKILLS FOR OUR WORLD: IS SEEING BELIEVING? March 28 @ Museum of Tolerance, LA, CA.
A partnership of the Museum of Tolerance and Center for Media Literacy. Free Professional Development Institute for California Educators. Register Today!
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or www.museumoftolerance.com/FREEPD
Pleased to share this study with infographics, "The Ministry of Culture of Latvia initiated and financed research carried out by the UNESCO Chair on Media and Information Literacy of the University of Latvia. During last autumn 1203 children and adolescents aged 9-16 all around Latvia were surveyed after conducting 16 in depth qualitative method based interviews. Thank you to Guna Spurava.
In the aftermath of the Parkland Florida school shooting — the latest in a series of horrific tragedies: We wholeheartedly agree with the statement below by Larry Magid of Connect Safely about the amazing high school students who are demonstrating media literacy skills to make their voices heard. The Empowerment Spiral teaches Awareness, Analysis, Reflection, and Action. http://www.connectsafely.org/the-connection-between-internet-safety-and-those-amazing-kids-from-parkland-florida/