Established in 1997 by David Gauntlett, Theory.Org is a unique website which explores complex connection between media and identities while trying “to have a little fun”. The site is useful for teachers, media educators, and students alike. It encourages viewers to let young people explore and understand their identity by using icons in pop culture […]
The Media Literacy Online Project is a website dedicated to providing links to websites that deal with media literacy. Started in 1994 the Media Literacy Online Project and Media Literacy Review no longer maintain their internet sites but have kept this webpage, which is frequently updated and provides a variety of links to media educators. […]
www.MediaEd.org.uk is for teachers, students, and anyone interested in media and moving image education in primary, secondary, further and informal education. This UK Media Education website provides an extensive list of resources and materials for classroom use, including links to articles, essays, and recently published books on the subject of media studies, film studies, and […]
Media and Communication Studies Site was established by Daniel Chandler in 1995, and is currently hosted by the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. The website is an “award-winning portal” or “meta-index” of various online resources, essays, and articles useful for scholars or anyone interested in learning more about media and media studies. A variety of additional […]
On the 10th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child – at a meeting in Oslo in November 1999 organized by the Norwegian Government and UNICEF – children, young people, media professionals and child rights experts met to discuss the development of children’s rights and their relation to the media throughout […]
The Journal of Children and Media is an online journal available through Informaworld.com, which is the online publications platform for the Taylor & Francis Group and Informa Healthcare. Journal of Children and Media is an international, interdisciplinary, multi-method, peer-reviewed publication. It provides a space for discussion to scholars and professionals studying media in the lives […]
EdNews.org is an educational web portal providing resources for educators, students, professionals. The “Resources” section of the website offers an interactive database of pedagogic organizations.
Website of a very active group of Media Literacy educators from Catalonia. Filled with resources and relevant media literacy education information.
To cultivate and improve media literacy in the digital age, the European Commission has launched an EU-wide survey of best practices. The public consultation was closed on 15 December 2006, and its objective was to identify the existing and possible approaches to media literacy and to provide a description of its emerging trends throughout Europe. […]
Over the past 16 years, MEDIA, the EU’s support programme for the European audiovisual industry, has supported the development and distribution of thousands of films as well as training activities, festivals and promotion projects throughout the continent. From 2001-2006, more than half a billion euros were injected into 8,000 projects from over 30 countries. The […]