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2011 NAMLE Conference Site

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Published on: 06/22/2011

Welcome to the program website for the 2011 NAMLE Conference. Contained here are listings of the entire slate of exciting program sessions.

Sample what was offered in 2011 here, using the sidebars to search by:

  • Subject strand
  • Session times
  • Type of presentation
  • Common session tags

Use the pages listed along the top for further information, including an appreciation of our supporters.

If you would like to leave comments, please register as a user by emailing Ethan Delavan.

This information is dynamic, so check back soon for updates. And more general information is at our main NAMLE site.

Creating and learning with Web 2.0 Webquests: bridging local & global inquiry

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Published on: 07/21/2011

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What is a Digital Poster?

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Published on: 07/13/2011

What is a “digital poster”?
Digital posters are a novel twist on the traditional poster conference session. Rather than standing beside a static paper exhibit for a closed period of time, presenters use online technology to create a dynamic, interactive poster that can be presented, preserved and referenced long after the conference has ended.

Where can I view the 2011 conference digital posters?
You have three ways to take part in this new presentation format. Posters will be showcased on a rotating basis throughout the conference in the Nicholas Moore Room (Lobby). Poster authors will also present their work during the sessions listed below. Following the opening of the conference, all digital posters will also be available indefinitely for review at http://tinyurl.com/namle2011posters.

Where can I learn more about using digital posters in my own work?
To find out how digital posters offer new ways of thinking and presenting in research and teaching, join us for “Digital Posters: New Opportunities for Elaboration and Dissemination” on Sunday, July 24 from 1:30-2:00 pm in the Nicholas Moore Room (Lobby).

Saturday, July 23rd (Nicholas Moore Room)

9:00-9:30am Welcome to Web 2.0 & Media Literacy Lisa Clark 

University of Northwestern Ohio

9:35-10:05am Preparing Students for the 21st Century Global Economy Julye Augustine 

Global Youth Connect

10:45-11:15am Junior Journalists: A Curriculum for News Literacy in Primary School Jane Ballinger 

California State University-Pomona

11:35-12:05pm Not in Our Town/ Not in Our School: Communities Unite to Stand Against Hate Will Paris, III 

The Working Group

2:00-2:45pm Educational Technology Integration in the 21st Century Classroom:  A review of resource tools and information Cynthia Lieberman 

Lieberman Communications

& The Journey School

3:45-4:25pm EIU Teaching With Primary Resources Cindy Rich 

Eastern Illinois University

4:30-5:10pm Empowering Our Youngest Media Consumers to Think Critically: Creating a Play-Based Preschool Media Literacy Curriculum Marissa Drell 

PlayScience, LLC

Sunday, July 24th (Nicholas Moore Room)

9:45-10:30am Adolescents’ drug-free campaigns exposure, media literacy, and substance use Fong-ching Chang 

National Taiwan Normal University

10:45-11:30am Value U.:  Incorporating Media Literacy into Bystander Intervention Training Jennifer Ball & Gillian Roach 

Clarkson University

1:30-2:00pm Digital Posters: New Opportunities for Elaboration and Dissemination Kristin Javorsky 

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

3:00-3:30pm Media Literacy in Higher Education:  An Investigation into the Faculty Perspective Jason Mickel 

Indiana University of Pennsylvania


Monday, July 25th (Nicholas Moore Room)

9:45-10:30am Media Literacy Education for Teens and Young Adults: A Comparison of High School and University-Level Media Literacy Instruction Hans C. Schmidt 

Alvernia University

 

 

Media Literacy, Social Networking, and the Web 2.0 Environment for the K-12 Educator by Belinha De Abreu

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When/Where: Sunday, (UPDATED) 1:30-2:00pm in the Marketplace/Ballroom Lobby

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Early Planning Meeting for 2013 Conference

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When/Where: Monday, 12:30pm-2:30pm in Bromley.

Presenters: NAMLE Board (more…)

Gender & Media: Changing the Status Quo (Special thanks to Cable in the Classroom)

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When/Where: Monday, 11:05am-12:15 pm in Society Hill Ballroom B/C/D.

Presenters: Madeline Di Nonno, Executive Director of SEE JANE and The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. (more…)

JMLE Research Awards Presentation

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When/Where: Monday, 10:45-11:05am in Society Hill Ballroom B/C/D.

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The Collaborative Class-Blog: Friend or Foe?

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Published on: 06/23/2011

When/Where: Monday, 10:00-10:25am in Reynolds.

Presenters: Anthony Barra, Temple University. Presider: Gretchen Schwarz (more…)

Living with Digital Natives in Dual Language Elementary Classrooms: Fostering New and Traditional Literacies through Digital Storytelling

When/Where: Monday, 10:00-10:25am in Ballroom E2.

Presenters: Joanne Falinski, Independent Consultant; Lizabeth Fogel, The Walt Disney Company. Presider: Faith Rogow (more…)

The Future of Text: An Interdisciplinay Foray into Media Epistemology

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When/Where: Monday, 9:45-10:25am in Cook.

Presenters: Renee Cherow-O’Leary, Education for the 21st Century. Presider: Jessica Brown (more…)

Media Literacy Education for Teens and Young Adults: A Comparison of High School and University-Level Media Literacy Instruction

When/Where: Monday, 9:45-10:30am in Nicolas Moore (lobby).

Presenters: Hans C. Schmidt, Penn State University – Brandywine. Presider: Theresa Redmond (more…)

Smart Kids Visual Stories: Exploring the Role of K-12 Media Production in Educational Reform

When/Where: Monday, 9:30-9:55am in Ballroom E2.

Presenters: Michael Schoonmaker, Syracuse University. Presider: Faith Rogow (more…)

Hybrid texts: A Case Study Exploring the Pedagogical, Curricular, and Sociocultural Implications of their Use in an AP English Classroom

Hybrid texts: A Phenomenological Case Study Exploring the Pedagogical, Curricular, and Sociocultural Implications of their Use in an AP English ClassroomWhen/Where: Monday, 9:30-9:55am in Reynolds.

Presenters: Cary Gillenwater, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Presider: Gretchen Schwarz (more…)

Powerful Voices for Kids: A Media Literacy Enrichment Model for K-6 Schools

When/Where: Monday, 9:00-10:30am in Ballroom A2.

Presenters: David Cooper Moore, Powerful Voices for Kids/Media Education Lab at Temple University; John Landis, Russell Byers Charter School; Kate Spiller, Independence Charter School; Laura Stephenson, Temple University. Presider: Cathy Leogrande (more…)

Why is media literacy still the PK-12 curricular exception AND what impact strategies can educators follow to make media literacy part of the mainstream curriculum.

When/Where: Monday, 9:00-10:30am in Bromley.

Presenters: Douglas Lare, East Stroudsburg University; Eric Sheninger, New Milford High School, New Jersey; Greg Farley, Drew University and Monmouth University, New Jersey; Jay Starnes, Wallenpaupack High School, Pennsylvania. Presider: Alton Grizzle. (more…)

Social Studies through Social Networking: Using a study of Greek gods as a model for exploiting Social Networking to heighten learning and interest, and to explore social learning

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When/Where: Monday, 9:00-9:25am in Reynolds.

Presenters: Scott Moran, City and Country School. Presider: Gretchen Schwarz (more…)

Tips for Decoding – Leading Constructivist Media Analysis in the Classroom

When/Where: Monday, 9:00-10:30am in Flower.

Presenters: Chris Sperry, Projct Look Sharp. Presider: Jasmine Hood (more…)

Beyond Gutenberg: Reinventing School Media Centers in an Era of Appropriation, Distributed Cognition, and Collective Intelligence

When/Where: Monday, 9:00-9:40am in Cook.

Presenters: Robert Kenny, Florida Gulf Coast University. (more…)

NAMLE Research Awards Finalists Paper Presentation

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Published on: 06/23/2011

When/Where: Monday, 9:00-10:00am in Ballroom A1.

Presenters: TBA. Presider: Amy Peterson Jensen. (more…)

The Youth & Mentors Curriculum: A Successful Pilot Program in Teaching Critical Media Skills, Bullying Prevention, Diversity Appreciation, and Leadership Skills for Diverse Middle School Students

When/Where: Monday, 9:00-10:30am in Claypoole.

Presenters: Lynne Azarchi, Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum; Paula Rodriguez Rust, Spectrum Diversity, LLC. Presider: Greg Richards (more…)

News Literacy: An Enhanced Mission for Journalism Educators

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Published on: 06/23/2011

When/Where: Monday, 9:00-10:30am in Frampton.

Presenters: Dan Gillmor, Arizona State University. Presider: Mark Hannah (more…)

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