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Media Literacy Links

Media Literacy Links

Media Literacy and Critical Viewing programs/ viewlibr.htm
Information about media literacy from the National PTA

AdBusters magazine/
What's the purpose of those catchy jingles? What are the tricks advertisers use to part us from our money? Find out here

Just Think!
Just Think teaches young people to understand the words and images in media, to produce their own media messages, and to think for themselves.

Center for Media Literacy
Learn to use critical thinking skills in accessing and producing media. Empowerment through education!

Media Awarenes Network: For Students eng/ med/ students/ default.html
Read profiles of young media activists and exchange ideas in the discussion group "Just for Kids."

Get a Life! cml/ getalife.html
The Get a Life comic, brought to by Citizens for Media Literacy

Media Literacy Review MediaLit/ mlr/ home/ index.html
From the College of Education at the University of Oregon, Media Literacy Review is a magazine for educators around the world. Browse through its extensive library of links.

Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting: The National Media Watch Group
FAIR, the national media watch group, has been offering well-documented criticism of media bias and censorship since 1986.