M&L Talking Heads: Mind over Media – Exploring the links between media literacy and radicalisation

The new M&L webinar “Talking Heads: Mind over Media – Exploring the links between media literacy and radicalisation” will take place on Monday 30 November (16:00 CET). Speaker for this webinar is Renee Hobbs, American educator, scholar and well known advocate for media literacy education. She is a Professor in the Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island, where she directs the Media Education Lab.

One of Renee’s more recent initiatives is the highly successful Mind over Media resource for teachers and others interested in exploring propaganda with students. During this webinar, Renee will be talking about the background to this initiative and why she believes it is important for students to learn how to recognise propaganda and to develop a responsible attitude to it in their daily lives

Speaker:

  • Renee Hobbs, Media Education Lab, USA

M&L Talking Heads: Mind over Media – Exploring the links between media literacy and radicalisation

Thursday 30 November 2015 16:00 -17:00 CET (Check your timezone here)

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The recording of the webinar will be uploaded on this website within a few days time.

More info: http://association.media-and-learning.eu/portal/event/ml-talking-he...

This webinar series is organised by the Media & Learning Association and features presentations and talks related to the themes and interests of the association. This includes those themes underlining the Media & Learning Association conference taking place in Brussels on 10-11 March 2016. These live webinars are open to all – you simply have to sign-up.

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