Russian students from Lyceum 590 located in St. Petersburg and U.S. students from Toll Gate High School in Warwick, Rhode Island have a unique opportunity to meet in the virtual space

Renee Hobbs was featured in a Page 1 story in the Providence Journal on November 24, 2013.

This 4-minute interview profiles her upcoming keynote address at the Media & Learning conference in Brussels, Belgium on December 12 - 13, 2013.

We need your help to find a Film/Media Technology Director for the Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island.

Are you teaching students about media representations of gender? Would you be
interested in bringing this topic to your students? 

We are looking for an individual to lead a dynamic new initiative in media literacy for urban teens this summer. CF Digital, a community media center located in the Adams Memorial Library in Central Falls, provides digital literacy and experiential learning to people of all ages. The URI Harrington School is partnering on this project in advancing

A team of researchers at the Media Education Lab have completed a 3-year evaluation of a program that enables high school students to learn the fundamentals of broadcast journalism with help from PBS mentors.
Renee Hobbs explores the way in which online journalism blurs boundaries between art and advocacy in this scholarly article published in I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society.