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The website has resources for media literacy teachers. CTF also partners with the Media Awareness Network to hold a Media Literacy Week every first week of November. A variety of activities – from classroom-based projects to large-scale public events – take place throughout the week in support of media literacy.
Action for Media Education (AME) is a non-profit organization. We’ve been trailblazers in the development of media literacy programs since our incorporation in 1991. Our team includes parents and experts in education, journalism, mass communications, and community health. We see media education as a vital element of literacy due to the barrage of media messages aimed at us every day.
The OAEA provides leadership in the development and support of visual arts and media arts education in the province of Ontario. Visual arts and media arts, as defined by OAEA, include traditional fine arts such as drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture; communication and graphic design arts including typography, illustration, and product design; photo-media such as photography, film, and video; craft areas such as ceramics, fibers, jewelry, glass and wood; architecture and environmental arts including urban, interior, and landscape design; theatre design and fashion; new media art forms including digital imaging, web site design, sound art; and hybrid art forms such as performance art and installations. In some jurisdictions, many of the above digital art forms or media-based works are referred to as media arts.
This open access on-line academic journal is a leading publication in the field, offering articles on the history, theoretical foundations and current debates in the field of media literacy education, The journal also publishes ‘notes form the field’ where teachers and educators share experiences in the field and the classroom.
JoDML is an academic, peer-reviewed journal publishing traditional research articles alongside hybrid, mixed-media articles and creative digital projects. Our goal is to examine the ways people use technology to create, sustain, and impact communities on local, national and global levels.
TOPIA provides a venue for critical research in cultural studies in Canada and beyond. The journal publishes original research and theoretical essays on culture that are accessible to a wide readership in the humanities and social sciences, along with critical clusters, offerings, and book reviews.