In this episode of Mediacy, we are talking about media literacy in the early years with Dr. Faith Rogow. Dr. Rogow is an independent scholar who has been a media literacy educator, innovator, and strategist since the 1980s. On today’s show, we are…
Heidi Siwak and Margie Keats bring their classroom experiences with GenerativeAI Apps to Mediacy. What are the challenges? How might teachers meet those challenges? How might GenerativeAI support learning?
A panel of directors in the Association for Media Literacy will gather to chat about media topics of particular interest, what media approaches are somewhat misguided (hint: it’s not all about “fake news”), and current events through a media literacy…
UK Professor Julian McDougall talks with Neil and Carol about building media literacy education at the intersection of social justice, cultural studies, and digital competency.
Neil and Carol talk to Toronto entrepreneur Sue Sutcliffe about the online marketing biz, including the newest digital conference site, World Event Centre.
Michael Dezuanni, QUT Professor and author of Peer Pedagogies on Digital Platforms: Learning with Minecraft Let’s Play Videos, talks to Neil and Carol about children’s non-hierarchical learning through youtube and Minecraft. They learn that it’s more…
Join Neil and Carol as they explore the benefits and challenges of “making” with David Gauntlett, the author of Making is Connecting.
Neil and Carol learn from Nina Silver the ins and outs of the online art business, and why art is still art no matter the sales system.
UCLA’s Jeff Share and Doug Kellner help Neil and Carol understand why Critical Media Literacy is the gold standard in media literacy learning.
Neil and Carol’s trusty producer Stephen Hurley shares his philosophy about the differences between broadcast radio and podcasting, and why we love to listen.