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Media Literacy

is an umbrella term encompassing a variety of approaches that

• develop critical thinking skills around all types of media,
• build an understanding of how media messages shape our culture and society,
• give people tools to advocate for a changed media system.

Media Literacy

includes

• Digital Literacy
• Information Literacy
• News Literacy
• Visual Literacy
• Digital Citizenship

Digital Literacy

requires technical fluency, but also the ability to:

• make informed decisions about what we do and encounter online

• recognize how networked technology affects our behavior and our perceptions
• create and effectively communicate with digital media tools

• and more!

SOURCE: Media Smarts

Information Literacy

is a survival skill
in the Information Age.

Rather than drowning in the abundance of information that floods their lives, information literate people know how to find, evaluate, and use information effectively to solve a particular problem or make a decision.

SOURCE: American Library Association

News Literacy

helps us discern verified information from spin, opinion and propaganda,

and produce news accurately, fairly and responsibly.

SOURCE: ​News Literacy Project​

Images are powerful and today they are a primary source of our information. With new technologies, almost anyone can create and share visual media.

Visual Literacy

allows us to effectively find, interpret, evaluate, use, and create images and visual media such as: photographs, videos, illustrations, drawings, maps, diagrams, and advertisements.

Source: American Library Association

Digital Citizenship

Powerful new technologies connect students to the world in new ways that can be both positive and negative. Digital Citizenship refers to the norms of safe and responsible technology use.

• and more!

Source: Cyberwise

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Erin McNeill is founder and president of Media Literacy Now.

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LaTierra Shauntel Piphus is a Media Literacy activist and Social Justice advocate serving non-profits nationwide. She is the founder of rEVOLushunaryAx (pronounced “revolutionary acts”), a consulting organization developed specifically to address media justice within communities of color, which experience racial, social and economic injustices. We tackle barriers impacting our communities through media literacy education, computer literacy training and, essentially, attempting to close the Digital Divide. You can follow her on Twitter: @rEVOLushunaryAx or add her on Facebook: LaTierra Shauntel Piphus.

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Mary-Ann-Stewart

Mary Ann Stewart is a member of the National Advisory Council of Media Literacy Now. She is a parent of three, elected Town Meeting Member (since 2006), a twice-elected member and Chair of the Lexington School Committee (2009-2014), and past President of Massachusetts PTA (2010-2012). In September 2014 Mary Ann was appointed by (then) Governor Patrick to a five-year term as the Parent Representative on the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. You can follow her on Twitter: @MAStewartMA.

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