Northeast Regional Media Literacy Conference

Click here for the 2020 Northeast Media Literacy Conference website!

LOOKING BACK to NOVEMBER 8 – 9, 2019, the Northeast Regional Media Literacy Conference took place in Providence, Rhode Island on the campus of  Rhode Island College.

DOWNLOAD: 2019 conference program now available!

Saturday Opening Remarks Slideshow

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We were delighted to welcome you to the 14th Annual Northeast Regional Media Literacy Conference!

Overview. We met with educators from across K-12, library and higher education to explore and reflect on learning practices including inquiry, analysis, and composition for K-12 and higher education learners and people of all ages. We gained knowledge and share scholarship about media literacy education, across the curriculum, in and out of schools.

Program fees were as follows: $99 for one day or $149 for two days. Coffee, lunch and snacks included. Students pay $49 for one day or $79 for both days. Special Opportunity for Groups: Enroll 5 participants for both days and save 10% (a value of $75) or enroll 10 participants and save 20% (a savings of $298). Payment by purchase order? Contact Carolyn Fortuna at c4tuna31@gmail.com.

Where and When?

DATES: Friday, November 8, 2019 and Saturday, November 9, 2019

LOCATION: Gaige Hall, Rhode Island College, 600 Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Providence, RI  02908. Click here for more information about transportation and location details.

What Was It?

The 2019 Northeast Regional Media Literacy Conference was an immersive two-day gathering designed to inspire, challenge, and equip educators, librarians, academics, researchers, and community media workers about the power and potential of media literacy. We shared how we come to know our worlds through media and how media literacy processes help us to bring new voices to the stories that surround us.

Click here to see a complete list of workshop topics and presenters

We were so glad to have you share in the excitement of the newest and most innovative ideas in media literacy practice and awaken your appreciation of the promise of media for learning and life. If you came alone, or brought your team, together, we re-imagined what could be through media literacy.

Why it Matters

Watch this animation by conference board members, Karen Carparo and Therese Woozley.

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The Northeast Regional Media Literacy Conference brings together K-12 and college educators with librarians and media professionals for networking and information sharing.

FOR MORE CONFERENCE INFORMATION: Contact Carolyn Fortuna at c4tuna31@gmail.com

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