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 scholars and is aimed at researchers, students, and members of the general public. With this aim in mind, the journal includes traditional text based articles as well as multi-media features. In the most recent issue, contributors investigate digital inclusion and equity initiatives in a number of different U.S. cities. This particular issue may be of special interest not only to communications scholars, but also to policy makers. Readers can access all previously published articles via the Archives section of the site.
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