David Cooper Moore is Program Director for Powerful Voices for Kids, a program that combines a digital media literacy summer enrichment program with in-school mentoring, teacher education, and technology integration components. Moore teaches courses in media production at Temple University's School of Communications and Theater and has also developed media literacy projects and productions with PBS Teachers, the Center for Social Media, Drug Free PA, and the Girl Scouts of America in topics including digital citizenship and civic responsibility, public health, and fair use in K-12 education. He also has taught media production to a variety of age groups including K-12 and undergraduate students.
Welcome to the Youth Media Reporter--an open access, peer-reviewed professional journal for scholars, practitioners and others who develop, organize, teach, study and support youth media practices and programs.
YMR includes research articles, descriptive case studies, brief reports from the field, and reviews of scholarship, technologies, conferences and other events related to the practices, pedagogies, and analysis of youth media.
The journal focuses particular attention on the implications of media making for empowering young people's identities, agency, voice, and civic action.