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Media Literacy Links

Media Literacy Links

Get a Life! http://www.main.nc.us/ cml/ getalife.html
The Get a Life comic, brought to by Citizens for Media Literacy

Media Literacy Review http://interact.uoregon.edu/ 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.

Center for Media Literacy http://www.medialit.org/
Learn to use critical thinking skills in accessing and producing media. Empowerment through education!

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

AdBusters http://adbusters.org/ 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! http://www.justthink.org/
Just Think teaches young people to understand the words and images in media, to produce their own media messages, and to think for themselves.

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

Media Literacy and Critical Viewing http://www.pta.org/ programs/ viewlibr.htm
Information about media literacy from the National PTA