Teachers, students, consumers, creators and innovators ... need access to copyrighted material in order to make - or prepare to make - their own contributions to cultural and economic progress.
The Media Education Lab creates free multimedia curriculum materials to help learners of all ages advance knowledge, skills and competencies.
Award-winning curriculum helps students critically analyze new forms of documentary television
Lesson plans for the Frontline film, "Growing Up Online" created by Renee Hobbs and Kelly Mendoza
Digital Workshops for parents and educators are part of Frontline's "Digital Nation."
Lesson plans explore issues of identity and representation in this youth media workshop for Iranian-American youth
Analyze and comment on media messages using Voice Thread!
Lesson plans and materials to help you teach about copyright and fair use
This online curriculum includes nine lesson plans to help your students make public service announcements (PSAs) that can be aired or displayed to
TV Smarts is a set of three short videos designed to promote critical thinking about the media.
Lesson plans for analyzing news media, developed by Renee Hobbs in coordination with the Newspaper Association of America