Librarians have been on the front lines of information literacy for years, putting them in a prime position to help youth learn to navigate a complex and growing world of digital information and news.
Posts Tagged: media literacy
For this year’s Break the Super Bowl advertisement remixing event, The Lamp focused on the representation of women in partnership with the #WomenNotObjects campaign.
New media educator Howard Rheingold interviews professor Shelly Terrell about her new book, which highlights the power of students’ mobile devices to drive learning in and out of the classroom.
To help alleviate concerns around privacy with ed tech tools, our partner, The Lamp, outlines three crucial steps for students and educators to follow that minimizes the risks.
A brief history of political advertising and an invitation to “Break the Election” from our partner The LAMP. Students and educators can use their MediaBreaker/Studios tool to remix and critically dissect election advertising and media.
To measure the impact of its media literacy programs and tools, our partner, The Lamp developed an assessment rubric to analyze the work created by students and how that form of activism enables the role a student plays in a participatory digital culture.
Our partner Edutopia explains how Letters to the Next President 2.0—hosted by the National Writing Project, KQED and Educator Innovator partners—can productively bring the presidential election into classrooms to improve students’ argumentative writing and media literacy.
Our partner, The Lamp shows the hidden side of media with films that critique it.
Many believe that media literacy is an essential component to education, and our partner The LAMP explains how it could lead to a less divided country.