View AML’s recommended media literacy resources and readings.
Here’s what we read to stay current.
Media Education in Canada by Barry Duncan, John Pungente, and Neil Andersen
Agency: The Journal of Media Literacy, 2017. Neil Andersen and Carol Arcus, eds.
MediaSmarts: Canadian not-for-profit charitable organization for digital and media literacy resources.
CIVIX: a non-partisan, Canadian charity dedicated to building the skills and habits of citizenship among school-aged youth. CTRL-F is its evidence-based program that equips students with the habits and skills needed to evaluate online information to determine what to trust.
Hands on Media Education: provides customized, production-based Train-the-Trainer media workshops & resources to educators & organizations
The Citizen Lab: headed by Ron Deibert, this is an interdisciplinary laboratory based at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto, focusing on research, development, and high-level strategic policy & legal engagement at the intersection of information and communication technologies, human rights, and global security.
MEA: The Media Education Association (UK)
CEMP: Centre for Excellence in Media Practice (UK)
NewsWise – free, cross-curricular news literacy project for 9 to 11-year-olds across the UK
Media Literacy vs Fake News toolkit: Critical Thinking, Resilience, and Civic Engagement. This research project from the Centre for Excellence in Media Practice (UK) aims to help people tackle ‘fake news’ and disinformation with critical media literacy.
NAMLE: The National Association for Media Literacy Education (US)
CML: Centre for Media Literacy (US)
Media Education Lab (US): The Media Education Lab improves media literacy education through scholarship and community service. Areas: research, teacher education, curriculum, advocacy, and youth and community media production.
GAPMIL: The Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy – “promotes international cooperation to ensure that all citizens have access to media and information competencies”.
Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research. Her academic and scholarly research examines the intersection between technology and society. It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens (2014).
Scholar, writer and consultant specializing in young people, media and education. Media Education: Literacy, Learning and Modern Culture (2003), has been a mainstay in professional development courses for teachers.
Deputy Director of Queensland University of Technology’s Children and Youth Research Centre, and member of QUT’s Digital Media Technology Research Centre. He undertakes research and teaching in the field of digital cultures and education.