The Center for Media and Information Literacy (CMIL) is a hub for research, outreach, education, and professional development on issues involving media literacy and information literacy. The CMIL is dedicated to improving the quality of media and information literacy practice locally, nationally, and internationally.
On May 2, 2013, the Center for Media and Information Literacy threw it’s end of the year event called ”Meet The Sproutlets”. Temple University students and various guests were invited to the Comcast Center on JFK Boulevard to meet and … Continue reading
Guests learned about the unique aspects of children’s media in Korea from Producer and Director, Sojin An. This seminar was at Temple University on February 26 from 5:30pm to 7:30. Sojin gave the audience the opportunity to view and talk … Continue reading
Hello all, For the past few months, Julie and I have been visiting Philadelphia’s Kensington High School for Creative and Performing Arts (K-CAPA) to hold workshops and organize lessons for an upperclassman class centered on media production and documentary creation. It … Continue reading
The Center for Media and Information Literacy has been named as a Global Chair in Media and Information Literacy in a collaboration between the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and … Continue reading
The Center for Media and Information Literacy was established in 2011 at Temple University as a hub for research, outreach, education, and professional development on issues involving media literacy and information literacy locally, nationally, and internationally. Our keywords are Explore, … Continue reading
My Pop Studio is a media literacy website aimed at children, tweens, and teens that helps users develop media liteacy skills in analyzing and composing media messages through interactive games and activities.
The first yearbook on Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue was published this month as a project of the UNESCO UNAOC University collaborative program known as UNITWIN. The yearbook was co-edited by Sherri Hope Culver and Ulla Carlsson and published by Nordicom. Articles highlight the eight university partners, as well as numerous impactful media literacy projects globally. A free download of the yearbook is available under “resources”.
- Culver to Speak at Cairo UNESCO Conference
- Information Literacy Resources Worldwide
- Student Discount Available to Media Reform Conference
- CALLING ALL SCHOOL LIBRARY EDUCATORS AND SCHOOL LIBRARY PROFESSIONALS!!!
- Media Smarts Gives Info for Awareness
- Media literacy in elementary school workshop
- Culver interviewed on WHYY NewsWorks
- Culver and Moore begin workshop series with NMTCS
- KCAPA partnership program enters its second year