Whether you’re focused on your classroom, home, community, or constituents, we have a number of resources and tools available to help you advocate for media literacy education. The MLN Resource Library is offered as one convenient source of information, like any other library.

Resource Highlight

Teaching students to find trustworthy information needs to become a priority in more science classrooms. Learning to Find Trustworthy Scientific Information, published by Media Literacy Now in September 2023, identifies our goals and recommendations to help K-12 students better evaluate scientific information.

Each year, we publish the Media Literacy Policy Report outlining the status of media literacy education laws for K-12 schools in the U.S.. The 2022 report was released in February 2024 and shows the significant progress of state-level policymakers as well as other organizations and key institutions and individuals to recognize an urgent need for media literacy education and to take action.

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Media Literacy Now’s annual state-by-state status of media literacy education laws for …
PowerPoint Presentation featuring experimenter bias, how to identify it, and how it …
PowerPoint presentation outlines how students can use different questioning techniques to expose …
PowerPoint presentation that uses claims, evidence, and reasoning to focus on common …
PowerPoint presentation that uses claims, evidence, and reasoning to evaluate current scientific …
The Secret of the Vanishing Bones uses data collection and privacy awareness …
This lesson helps students develop and practice methods for verifying sources, arguments, …
This lesson allows students to practice reading laterally in a scientific context. …
This comprehensive lesson introduces students to evaluating evidence posted on social media …
This collection of lessons looks at news literacy on a variety of …
This lesson teaches through and about YouTube so children can navigate YouTube …
These lessons use the film Food Evolution to engage students in critical …
This lesson focuses on how media influences politics and society. Students learn …
A four-minute video about determining if a scientific story is factual. Students …
The toolkit provides three lessons to teach about misinformation. The third learning …
Students observe and reflect on photographs of “nature” and then explore how …
Students analyze messages about the impacts of climate change and some actions …
Students evaluate a conspiracy theory and, later, a pseudoscience claim, then apply …