When journalists use the term “propaganda” in ways that reinforce its negative connotations, it may foreclose productive thinking about the many ways that propaganda enters into everyday life.
It’s a term that’s so unfamiliar to the public that news organizations placed it in single quotes. Speaking at the Continue reading
Many people have asked me about standards for digital and media literacy and assessments that measure media literacy learning outcomes. Continue reading
It’s time for moving media literacy to the tipping point! OCTOBER 14, 2019: Read the House of Representatives Bill Continue reading
All week long, people asked me, “What makes the 2019 Summer Institute in Digital Literacy so special?” For me, the Continue reading
Along with 300 other educators, activists and policymakers from across the United States and around the world, I participated in Continue reading
WHEN we arrived at the morgue, in a rental car, navigating via Google maps to a suburban neighborhood of Portland, Continue reading
When a wife loses her husband, we use the word “widow” to describe her new identity in the world. But Continue reading