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  • Join us at NAMLE in Philly this summer

    Interested in joining me to learn more about media literacy & media use in the classroom? I am very excited about the eclectic program I’ve assembled of some of the best and brightest media literacy scholars, educators, practitioners, activists and artists around.

  • Teachers as Curators

    After an interesting semester of online teaching both undergrad and graduate pre-service teachers, I am intrigued by the recent discourse on digital content curation. This emerging role intersects public relations, communication and media arts, information literacy, media literacy, news literacy (and others). Currently, curation is a highly relevant topic within my current role as teacher educator. When […]

  • My Scholarly Love Letter to Neil Postman

    Last week I had the privilege of delivering a guest lecture in Christopher McKinley’s “Introduction to Communication and Media Arts” course among 135 undergraduate students. My 25-minute presentation emerged as quite the scholarly love letter to the late Neil Postman, who was my doctoral advisor in media ecology at New York University from 1995-1998. My lecture is […]

  • Co-Teaching Considered

    This past week I had the privilege of conducted a brief 45-minute professional development session at a high-performing K-6 elementary school in northern New Jersey. In my initial consultation with the principal, we identified several areas of need. Yet, the one area that troubled him the most was the lack of authentic inclusion in classrooms […]

  • The Culture of Media Violence

    This 30-minute PBS special “After Newtown | What Next: Violence in the Media” (air date: 12/22/2012) portrays an in-depth analysis on the culture of violence in the media. At the 23-minute mark, NAMLE Vice President, Dr. Vanessa Domine, speaks to the complex issues surrounding children, media and violence.        

  • Future of Media Literacy

    Future of Media Literacy

    School Video News interviewed Dr. Vanessa Domine at the 2009 National Association for Media Literacy Education Conference in Detroit. The interviewer is Eberly DeVault from School Video News.