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How Research Supports Advocacy

How Research Supports Advocacy

Learn more about how measuring the implementation of media literacy can build public awareness 

Could your country, state, city or town benefit from knowing the results of a comprehensive survey of media literacy Join Media Education Lab researchers Renee Hobbs and Mary Moen; Media Literacy Now RI coordinator, Pam Steager; and Rongwei Tang, a student researcher who crafted and implemented the Media Literacy in Rhode Island statewide survey to determine what basic instructional practices and learning scenarios of media literacy were being implemented in RI’s K-12 schools. Media Literacy Now's Executive Director Erin McNeil shares ideas about the role of research on the practice of advocacy at the state and national levels. 

What questions do you have about the research process? How might it be used or adapted for your school. community, state, or country? Join us for a discussion about how research surveys can increase public awareness of media literacy education 

DATE: Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Watch the YouTube recording of the webinar here