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Media Education Lab in the Press
We're proud to share press coverage about media literacy education, and reviews of the Media Education Lab's projects.
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Mind Rocket News. Renee Hobbs was interviewed about the future of digital and media literacy education while at SXSWEdu in Austin Texas in March 2015.
Educators Using Twitter. A page one story in the Philadelphia Inquirer about the use of Twitter in education features Renee Hobbs on why Twitter is a powerful tool for teaching and learning.
Parenting: Kids Worrying about their Weight. WPVI Action News reporter Karen Rogers mentions My Pop Studio in her story about how parents can address the role of media's role in shaping expectations about body image.
Student Media in Transition. Kendra Hurley takes a look at the changing landscape for youth media and technology programs.
Listen and Learn. Blog focuses on the creative use of audio books as a tool for learning, literacy and the development of the imagination.
Youth Media Reporter. Ingrid Dahl profiles the university-community partnerships for media literacy that are under development at the Media Education Lab.
Behind the Scenes at My Pop Studio. Henry Jenkins interviews Renee Hobbs about the development of the online edutainment program.
My Space Blurs Lines between Friends and Flacks. Great article by Stephanie Olson on CTCNet news explores how teens can learn to be media literate about the blurring of online communication and marketing.
Learning by Remixing. Henry Jenkins writes about how remixing is a key part of learning to be media literacy in the 21st century cultural landscape.