Global/Local: Media Literacy for the Global Village
“As the promotion of media literacy moves up the policy agenda, there is a growing need to maximize efforts to understand and share learning about emerging issues at a global level,” - Robin Blake, Head of Media Literacy, Office of Communications (OfCom), UK.
In today’s global society, citizens need the skills to access, analyze, evaluate, create and participate with different forms of media 24/7. Get CML news and information about media literacy around the world, with articles, research and events.
Research Paper: Globalocal: Media Literacy for the Global Village,, co-authored by Barbara J. Walkosz, University of Colorado-Denver, Tessa Jolls, Center for Media Literacy and Mary Ann Sund, Consortium for Media Literacy.
Powerpoint Presentation: Globalocal: Media Literacy for the Global Village, delivered by Tessa Jolls, Center for Media Literacy, at the OfCom International Media Literacy Research Forum May 16, 2008 in London, England.
CML Introduces New Educational Framework, featuring Questions/TIPS (Q/TIPS™) for construction and deconstruction of media at the International Media Literacy Research Forum sponsored by the Office of Communications (OfCom), London, England.
CML Introduces Second Edition of its ground-breaking book, Literacy for the 21st Century, an Overview and Orientation Guide for Media Literacy, featuring Q/TIPS™ for both construction and deconstruction of media messages, expanding its CML MediaLit Kit™ with tools for teachers and students alike.
CML’s Media Lit Kit™ All in one place, the key components for learning and teaching in a global media age, illustrating the Theory, Practice and Implementation of media literacy, with lesson plans, case studies and activities.
Alliance of Civilizations Media Literacy Education Clearinghouse