We’re excited to be participating in this year’s Academic Festival at Teachers College.
Several Masclab members are featured on a panel titled, “Media Literacy,” and we are especially honored to be joined by NAMLE’s Executive Director, Michelle Lipkin, and Jessica Wolff, from TC’s Campaign for Educational Equity. Read more about the panel below, and look for links to resources below the description.
In a “post-truth” era driven by digital media, students must develop skills that enable them to be critical thinkers as they both consume and create media messages. Media literacy is crucial to the development of America’s youth, and to their future participation in civic life. This panel will facilitate a timely conversation on the opportunities and challenges facing media literacy today, by bringing together different perspectives and approaches to media literacy education.
Lalitha Vasudevan | Professor of Technology & Education and Director, Media and Social Change Lab, Teachers College
- Ioana Literat | Assistant Professor of Communication, Media and Learning Technologies Design, Teachers College, Columbia University
- Yoo Kyung Chang | Lecturer, Communication, Media and Learning Technologies Design, Teachers College, Columbia University
- Emily Bailin Wells (Ed.D. ‘18) | Adjunct Assistant Professor, Communication, Media and Learning Technologies Design, Teachers College, Columbia University
- Michelle Ciulla-Lipkin | Executive Director of National Association for Media Literacy Education
- Jessica Wolff | Director of Policy and Research, Center for Educational Equity
- Join NAMLE (individual membership is free)
- Attend the annual NAMLE conference – this year, the conference is in DC at the end of June (registration is open and student rate is available)
- Look out for Media Literacy Week (October 21-25) — we’ll be hosting an event at TC
- Visit www.DemocracyReadyNY.org – and learn more about the Center for Educational Equity’s civic engagement initiative
- Tweet at us during the panel and afterwards: #medialiteracy #TCAcFest
- Read the work of Sonia Livingstone and colleagues via Global Kids Online
- Educational Video Center (youth media organization)