“Adam Ruins Everything” is the quintessential media literacy TV program (by TruTV) for older adolescent viewers. And now episodes are available on Netflix! It is investigative research at its finest, combined with wit and high energy. A must see—not just during National Media Literacy Week—but all year round.
KQED Education partnered with the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) to create an excellent primer for young people and educators on how to protect their online privacy. They recommend something called “Threat Modelling,” a set of five questions everyone should ask themselves
To commemorate the 3rd Annual National Media Literacy Week (Nov 6-10) PLAY executive director and professor in the School of Communication and Media Vanessa Domine hosted a screening of Joni Siani’s documentary film Celling Your Soul (Bullfrog Films) in the new Presentation Hall
This is a transcript of a 2012 interview of Vanessa Domine by the editors of Weekly Reader. You can check out their article, “Out of Line Online” for middle-school students by [clicking here]. WR: Why should a kid be careful
From November 2 to November 6, the U.S. will celebrate the very first Media Literacy Week. The National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE), noting the lack of resources available to parents through traditional school curricula, hopes to raise awareness