Project New Media Literacies: Materials and Focus Groups

Project New Media Literacies a research initiative within MIT’s Comparative Media Studies program. Our central goal is to engage educators and learners in today’s participatory culture. It is our belief that young people need to both make and reflect upon media and in the process, acquire important skills in team work, leadership, problem solving, collaboration, brainstorming, communications, and creating projects.
Join NML’s Online Focus Group
You’ve been asking and we’re ready to share NML materials! Our goal is for educators to download and test our learning modules in your classroom or after-school program and provide us feedback from both you and your
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provide us a basis for evaluating and understanding the impact of our work.
Digital Media Ethics
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This week, the MacArthur Foundation’s Spotlight Blog hosts a five-part series of posts about the collaboration with Howard Gardner’s GoodPlay project and our mutual interest in ethical issues around digital media.
We encourage you to comment on the blog and give us feedback.
NML Transparency
We encourage you to subscribe to our RSS feed and comment on our blog, and let us know what you think about the ways we’re doing research.
On our blog you’ll also find relevant news and commentary about developments in the media literacy field, interviews with NML staff, notices about our speaking engagements, and cross-posts to and from MacArthur’s digital media and learning community as well as other blogs in the CMS community.