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National Association for Media Literacy Education


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The LinkedThru Project: Creating Narrative Resilience and Combating Stigma for Returning Citizens in the Digital Age, 2022

Identifier: md_2022summer_zhang_amy.pdf
Overview "The LinkedThru Project is a digital literacy bootcamp that teaches formerly incarcerated people the technological skills, social media etiquette, and narrative building skills to create a LinkedIn profile. The goal of the project is to enable and empower them to proactively share an online narrative that provides an authentic view of oneself in the present, and combats the stigma of online criminal records, arrest articles, and mugshots. Research shows that re-entry programs do not...
Dates: 2022

Towards a Local Media Literacy: Community-Based Understanding in a Globally Connected World, 2022

Identifier: md_2022summer_stier_cohen_aaron.pdf
Overview "This thesis project documents the process of designing a prototype to help the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) support and regularly engage its individual members. I focused my design prototype on Boston K-12 teachers as a trial demographic, with the understanding that each teaching and media ecosystem has its own unique challenges and context. On NAMLE's website, they define media literacy broadly as "the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, create, and act using...
Dates: 2022

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