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
I have been reflecting on why my Virtually Viral friendships seem so important now. I realize that I know a Continue reading
Educators all around the world are engaged in the process of online learning during the time of coronavirus. But learning Continue reading
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Many people have asked me about standards for digital and media literacy and assessments that measure media literacy learning outcomes. Continue reading
My most intense grief occurred in a hotel room in a city far from home. When we arrived in Portland Continue reading
It’s a compelling idea: We can combat foreign interference in U.S. elections through media literacy. Yesterday, the U.S. House of Continue reading