Introducing the Media Literacy Smartphone | Digital and Media Literacy | Scoop.it

"Ever since the Media Education Lab moved from Temple University to the University of Rhode Island, I was looking for a chance to update the classic media literacy remote control...[which] presents a metaphor for the active and structured approach to the analysis of media and popular culture." The remote control has been re-designed to " a smartphone look while keeping the key questions and core concepts the same.
This "new Media Education Lab App (MEL App) engages people in dialogue and information-sharing, showcasing to already-media literate people how media literacy can be learned through exploration of critical questions."


Via Beth Dichter