On October 5, a small but plucky band of wanderers paid tribute to AML’s founder and mentor, Barry Duncan, by walking through Canoe Landing Park in Toronto and the surrounding environments. Here [...]
Neil Andersen and Carol Arcus of The Association for Media Literacy are proud to have been the guest editors of the Agency issue of The Journal of Media Literacy. We chose Agency as the [...]
The following observations are designed to serve as probes and provocations to uncover the essence of some important ideas about media education and media studies. Based largely on the experience [...]
It would not be an exaggeration to assert that this book is the most important book on the theory and practice of media education in the last 10 years.
by Barry Duncan, John Pungente SJ, and Neil Andersen September 1, 2002 1: INTRODUCTION In 1922, Lewis Selznik, the Hollywood producer, is reported to have said: “If Canadian stories [...]
by Derek Boles On the provincial political front, the Liberal government earned the enmity of Ontario teachers by re-organizing the Teachers Pension Fund, the second largest in Canada. Among [...]
by Derek Boles It was hard to believe that the educational climate in Ontario could deteriorate any further; but by 1998, the AML would be grappling for its very survival. The year began on a [...]