The genres, codes, conventions and symbolic forms of messages shape perception and interpretation.
The Media Education Lab creates free multimedia curriculum materials to help learners of all ages advance knowledge, skills and competencies.
After 20 years, it's still the most popular resource we offer!
An essential guide for educators designing synchronous and asynchronous learning experiences.
A virtual exchange dialogue opportunity explores people's memories of September 11, 2001.
Examine the many different ways librarians are using YouTube to serve patrons and communities
Finally, a media literacy textbook written by Renee Hobbs!
Help students learn to ask questions about what they read, see, watch and listen to.
Propaganda Education for a Digital Age: New Book Plus Online Learning Modules
Media Education Lab members featured in a 2-part podcast
We share the key insights we learned about online meetings into a crisp synthesis that helps everyone get started with the essential features