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Join us in Greece in Summer 2020 for the International Media Summer Academy! Today, accurate information is an increasingly critical resource for our understanding of the world. Building on the success of the 2019 Summer School, we are looking forward to welcoming another group of participants from all over the world to Thessaloniki International Media Summer Academy. This year’s topic will be  New Trends in Media and Journalism: Global Media

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Sherri Hope Culver will be presenting and moderating at an event for Media Literacy Week titled, “How Kidfluencers are changing the game: a long way from the Mickey Mouse Club”. The event is sponsored by the Children’s Media Association, National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE), and Fordham’s Department of Communication & Media Studies.This will be an interactive and collaborative workshop on the next generation of entertainers – Kidfluencers! School-aged content

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In Fall 2019, Professor Sherri Hope Culver will be teaching a general education course focused on Media Literacy at Temple University. The course, titles MSP 0873: Media in a hyper-mediated world, fulfills Temple students’ Human Behavior GenEd requirement. The Internet-fueled democratization of media* creation has enabled anyone to be a publisher and has given audiences almost infinite choices — with both great and questionable effects. In a world of (mis)information

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The CMIL is partnering with the Street Project Foundation (Nigeria) for their Digital Amazons project. Digital Amazons is a three-week capacity building program for female creatives aged 18-25 years old gifted in different areas of the Creative Arts. The goal is to expose participants to 21st century digital skills that will prepare them for the world of work in advertising and the creative industries. Sherri Hope Culver, CMIL Director, will

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On Thursday, April 11, a group of children’s media experts spoke at the second Children’s Media Career Symposium. The evening included a panel focused on trends in children’s media and a second panel focused on career opportunities in the industry. Discussions were followed by questions from the audience and networking time in which students could engage with the children’s media professionals. Over one hundred people attended the event. The event

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On Monday, October 1st, Sherri Hope Culver, CMIL Director, presented to 28 participants in the Foreign Press Center’s International Reporting Tour on Media Literacy and Combatting Disinformation. Tour participants included reporters from across the globe including Peru, Nepal, Latvia, Brazil, and Canada. Culver covered a variety of topics in her presentation including media literacy initiatives and organizations related to the subject, though journalists were most interested in fake news and

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The CMIL is pleased to announce the release of a new publication, “Survey on Media and Information Literacy with Youth Perspectives” co-authored by CMIL Director, Sherri Hope Culver and Alton Grizzle, Program Specialist for Media and Information Literacy, UNESCO. This publication is part of the UNESCO book series on Internet freedom. (http://en.unesco.org/unesco-series-on-internet-freedom ) In a world in which communication is increasingly global and online, the ability for a person to choose

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More media literacy resources and now free membership-- with NAMLE

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