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Media literacy

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View Resource Center for Media Literacy: Best Practices

The field of media literacy is not a new content-focused subject, but rather "a new way to teach all subjects." It is a key interest of the Center for Media Literacy (CML) which is dedicated to heaping citizens "develop critical thinking and media production skills needed to live fully in the 21st century media culture." This particular section of the website includes best practices documents,...

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http://www.medialit.org/best-practices
View Resource Journal of Digital and Media Literacy

Published by the Knight School of Communication at Queens University of Charlotte, the Journal of Digital and Media Literacy is an academic, peer reviewed journal dedicated to "examin[ing] the ways people use technology to create, sustain, and impact communities on local, national and global levels." Launched in 2013, this journal is edited by an international team of journalism and communications...

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View Resource Crash Course Media Literacy

Launched in February 2018, Crash Course Media Literacy is one of the newest additions to the popular YouTube series launched by vlogging brothers John and Hank Green. This recent series is hosted by veteran vlogger and radio host Jay Smooth and addresses a range of topics that touch on a number of academic disciplines. As Jay Smooth notes in the first episode of this series, "[a]s a field of...

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AD7N-1Mj-DU