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Media Literacy

"The Promises, Challenges, and Futures of Media Literacy"

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Some interventions designed to teach students to be more savvy about consuming media show promise—but the fragmenting media landscape is a far bigger problem than students alone can address, no matter how well-educated they are, argues a new report from the New York City think tank Data & Society.

Among the issues raised: the need to better understand the modern media environment, which is heavily driven by algorithm-based personalization on social-media platforms, and the need to be more systematic about evaluating the impact of various media-literacy strategies and interventions.

Vol. 37, Issue 22, Page 4

Published in Print: February 28, 2018, as Media Literacy
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