The Media Education Lab is an online community that advances the field of digital and media literacy education through leadership development, scholarship, and community engagement.
The Media Education Lab creates free multimedia curriculum materials to help learners of all ages advance knowledge, skills and competencies.
Courageous Conversations Curriculum
Lesson plans, videos, readings, listening and creative activities help build media literacy and active listening skills f…
Media Education for Law Enforcement Officers
Media literacy instructional practices help police instructors use video to build critical thinking and communication sk…
Design Studio at the Summer Institute in Digital Literacy
Participants created digital resources in this hands-on, minds-on learning experience
Digital and Media Literacy: A Process of Learning
Hobbs' theoretical model of digital and media literacy positions media literacy as a lifelong learning process
The Media Education Lab founded in 2003 by Professor Renee Hobbs to improve the educational practice of media literacy through educational programs, curriculum design, professional development and community outreach.
The Media Education Lab also study best practice of media literacy and conduct program evaluation to measure the impact of teaching media literacy using multidisciplinary research agenda.
Since the Media Education Lab is not a place but a community of learners, many graduate students and emerging scholars join the network of media educators to increase their knowledge and practice.