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NAMLE Free Membership

NAMLEJoin a vibrant and committed group of scholars, media makers, teachers, students, and advocates for media literacy. Membership with the National Association for Media Literacy Education is now free for individuals.

Here’s five ways to get the most out of your membership:

Step 1
Bookmark the NAMLE website. Our website is filled with resources, information about our organizational partners, events within the field, and links to Media Literacy Week news, national conference news, and access to our Resource Hub.

Step 2
Follow us on social media where we share updates about media literacy education, events, conferences,
recent articles, and start conversations.
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/MediaLiteracyEd
On Twitter: @MediaLiteracyEd

Step 3
Bookmark the Journal for Media Literacy Education website. The JMLE is an online, open-access, peer-
reviewed interdisciplinary journal that supports the development of research, scholarship and the
pedagogy of media literacy education. Submit articles. Download articles. Share articles. Get involved.

Step 4 
Submit your resources to NAMLE’s Resource Hub. This is a great way to share materials and resources that
have worked for you with other members of our community.

Step 5

Save the Date for Media Literacy Week 2016
This year’s Media Literacy Week will take place from Monday, October 31st – Friday, November 4th 2016.
Start thinking about what you want to do in your classroom and community to promote media literacy
education. Stay tuned for ways to get involved.
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