Everybody experiences far more than he understands. Yet it is experience, rather than understanding, that influences behavior.
Media Education Lab Member Club
ANNOUNCING THE MEDIA EDUCATION LAB MEMBER CLUB
You can support The Media Education Lab by becoming an Inaugural Club Member!
Thank You to Our Newest Members
- Regina Ahn
- Donna Alvermann
- Mark Davis
- Randall Fujimoto
- Wade Gardner
- Cathy Leogrande
- Pamela Morris
- Allison Perani
- Catherine Reznicek
- Michael Spikes
- Joyce Valenza
Thousands of educators from across the country and around the world have developed their knowledge and skills by participating in the Media Education Lab’s online learning community. Each month, educators, librarians, parents, students, and researchers visit the Media Education Lab’s robust collection of curriculum materials and publications, and join our free online webinars where “everyone learns from everyone.” Indeed, we reached more than 60,000 people with our work in 2022.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of the Lab, we’re making available a new feature: Become an Inaugural Club Member of the Media Education Lab! For the special annual fee of $199, Inaugural Club Members help us sustain and grow our global knowledge community by supporting the future of the Media Education Lab. Your subscription helps pay for the many free programs and teaching resources we share with the world.
If you join as an Inaugural Club Member by March 31, you receive these special benefits:
Free access to all ticketed events in 2023
Monthly “members only” discussion group
Schedule a 30-minute one-on-one meeting with Renee Hobbs, Yonty Friesem, Pam Steager or other Media Education Lab staff and affiliate faculty
Acknowledgment of your generous support on the Media Education Lab Member Club website
HELP US BUILD THE FUTURE!
Spring 2023 LIST OF TICKETED EVENTS
Lessons from the Media Education Lab
DATE: FEBRUARY 20, 2023
TIME: 3 - 5 pm EST
LOCATION. Online. Click here to register.
By taking this 2-hour workshop you will learn to use the power of "create to learn" activities to enhance your approach to teaching media literacy. This dynamic online program will help educators, librarians, and technology specialists engage learners in developing critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, and communication skills. We will model some of the free lessons from the Media Education Lab, including
Media Literacy in Action
Internet: Indispensible or Evil?
Critically Analyzing Teen TV
This program is offered by Renee Hobbs, author of Digital and Media Literacy, Media Literacy in Action and 10 other books about media literacy in K-12 education. General Admission Program Fee: $20.
Copyright Clarity for Digital Learning: A Masterclass with Renee Hobbs
DATE: MARCH 30 - 31, 2023
TIME: 12 PM - 5 PM EST
LOCATION: Online. Click here to register.
With social media, everyone’s a creator – but what are your legal protections as both an author and a user of copyrighted content? This dynamic online program helps educators, librarians, and technology specialists understand the legal and ethical uses of copyrighted material for teaching and learning that are protected under the doctrine of fair use. By taking this intensive 2-day online course, you will enhance your confidence about how copyright law affects teaching and learning in a digital age. The videos, readings, lesson plans, activities and resources you will access in the program will help you start rich conversations about the topic of copyright and fair use with creative media makers and learners of all ages. General Admission Program fee: $149.