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The Media Education Lab creates free multimedia curriculum materials to help learners of all ages advance knowledge, skills and competencies.
Why all Americans need a set of digital and media literacy competencies
Lesson plans and interactives help secondary students explore the power of social media for civic engagement
In this award-winning documentary, Renee Hobbs offers a compelling analysis of how news and entertainment covered the Rodney King beating and 1992
Elementary students explore the representation of the people and cultures of the Middle East in media
Award-winning curriculum helps students critically analyze new forms of documentary television
Lesson plans for the Frontline film, "Growing Up Online" created by Renee Hobbs and Kelly Mendoza
Digital Workshops for parents and educators are part of Frontline's "Digital Nation."
Lesson plans explore issues of identity and representation in this youth media workshop for Iranian-American youth