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Media Literacy Week Oct. 31-Nov. 4

October 20, 2016 - Posted in Education by Bette Jamison
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Check out these updates from the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE)

NAMLE is on Instagram!

Follow us @we_are_namle 

"We all need to be more media literate." - Larry Magid

 

Connect Safely - Smart Socializing Starts Here

Listen to NAMLE's Executive Director, Michelle Ciulla Lipkin discuss Media Literacy Education with Larry Magid of Connect Safely and review his blog post: You are responsible for what you post, share and maybe even "like".

PARTNER RESOURCES AND UPDATES 

Check out the Tap, Click, Read Toolkit.

The toolkit promotes Early Literacy in a World of Screens and includes 14 free tipsheets, discussion guides, and other resources for community leaders, educators, and parent liaisons.

Gone But Not Forgotten 

A collaborative quilting project memorializing 144 individuals killed by the Chicago Police Department or while in police custody from 2006 to 2015. This exhibit has launched and will lead into Media Literacy Week. 

 

Join Loyola University on November 3 (6:00 p.m. -7:30 p.m. CST)

for Teaching Ethical Digital Storytelling, (Regents Hall, 16th Floor - Lewis Towers)

Featuring:

Jeff McCarter, Free Spirit Media

Michael Cullinane & Adnan Hadzalic,  Senn High School  

John Slania, Loyola Chicago

Moderator:

Katy Culver, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

THE TEEN MEDIA LITERACY PHOTO EXHIBIT LAUNCHES ON NOVEMBER 1

The photo campaigns created by teens this summer during the first annual Teen Media Literacy Conference will be unveiled on November 1. The message and vision of each photo were constructed by teens as they worked with professional photographers, production teams and graphic designers in spearheading their photo campaigns. A ribbon cutting and launch reception for the teen designers, community professionals that assisted with the project, and sponsors will be held on Tuesday, November 1st at 6:30pm at ImaginOn in uptown Charlotte, NC.

 

DON'T FORGET TO LIVESTREAM THE MEDIA LITERACY WEEK KICK OFF EVENT ON OCTOBER 28!

Live from Twitter headquarters Friday, Oct. 28, 9-5 PST

Global event featuring diverse range of top speakers and panelists

 

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP SUMMIT

Safe, Savvy, Ethical

Watch FREE + More Info at BeTheDigitalChange.com

 

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Do you have a message you want to share about your Media Literacy Week efforts? 

Email us at medialiteracyweek@namle.net.

If you are a teacher interested in getting involved, 

email mlwteachers@namle.net.

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www.medialiteracyweek.us

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NAMLE

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR MEDIA LITERACY EDUCATION

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