Resources from the Media Education Lab are featured in a new website (www.digitalliteracy.gov) that provides libraries, community colleges, schools and workforce training centers a variety of resources and tools for teaching computer and Internet skills, which are i
Beyonce's "Move Your Body" is inspiring young people to dance to stay healthy. Renee Hobbs is interviewed in WHYY's feature story on the music video and the exercise campaign. But it turns out that Beyonce may -- or may not be-- the new Fonz.
Listen to this podcast featuring Renee Hobbs, developed by Paul Allison and his colleagues at the National Writing Project.
According to Renee Hobbs, "When it comes to the lies and misinformation that's available about the Holocaust, unless you have a lot of background knowledge, unless you're already pretty knowledgeable, it's challenging to figure out what's accurate and what's inaccurate." Listen to this podcast produced by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum to learn more.
We urge the U.S. Dept of Commerce to ensure economic development of the Internet economy through robust support of fair use in education.
Learn about the experiences and observations of a group of students who examined press coverage of the flash mobs in Philadelphia and created simple Scratch interactive videogames.
The Media Education Lab hosted several copyright education events during the spring and summer of 2010. At a train
Renee Hobbs was featured on a segment about children and cell phones on WPSG, Philly CW on August 26, 2010. Watch the segment here.
To promote a broader public discussion and explore what collaborations might help achieve widespread digital literacy, the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program has commissioned Professor Renee Hobbs to prepare an action agenda that addresses these needs. Hobbs' recommendations will be released as a white paper in the fall.