The genres, codes, conventions and symbolic forms of messages shape perception and interpretation.
Media Literacy Goes to College
5. MEDIA LITERACY GOES TO COLLEGE
Join Appalachian State University on the #fdoc (first day of classes) of the new spring semester and learn how to increase student engagement, participation, and active thinking through media literacy inquiry and expression. This session focuses on media literacy pedagogy in colleges and universities. Gain insight for designing curriculum, activities, and assessments to enliven student-centered and timely media literacy learning.
Parents, teachers, students, educators, school leaders, college faculty, researchers, media professionals, and community activists are invited to join us for a webinar series that explores the development of media literacy competencies across the lifespan, from birth to old age. Each session will include a featured speaker and time for small group discussion and dialogue. Join us for a single session, or participate in the whole series!
DATE: Tuesday, January 17, 2023
TIME: 12 PM EST
LOCATION: Online. Click here to register.
Featured Presenter: Theresa Redmond
ACROSS THE GENERATIONS WITH MEDIA LITERACY
An online discussion series that explores digital and media literacy education as a vital part of lifelong learning, for people of all ages
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Theresa Redmond is an award-winning teacher, widely-published scholar, and creative media maker. She brings a unique blend of credentials and the inquisitive spirit of media literacy to all she does. Her primary role is Professor of Media Studies at Appalachian State University where she is an expert in media literacy, curriculum and instructional design, educational technology, and the arts. Website: http://theresaredmond.com/ Email: email@example.com