Saturday

2022 Conference Schedule

All times listed are in Eastern Time (ET).
This schedule is subject to change.

Audience Key

Note: The categories below represent the youngest audience/setting for which the session is recommended. Many sessions have multiple recommended audiences. Check individual session listings in the online conference platform for the full list of recommended audiences

National Media Literacy Alliance

Pre-K
Elementary+

Upper Elem/

Middle+

High School+

Higher Education+

Out-of-School/
Continuing Ed

All/Most

SATURDAY, JULY 16

11:00am

Lessons from Leaders: Community Education

Sarah-SoonLing Blackburn, Ed.D.

Associate Director, Learning in Schools

Learning for Justice

12:00pm

Break

12:30pm

Developing Media Literacy with Teens at the Library

Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA)

Visuals Impact Learning: Tips to make your digital materials easier to comprehend

Kelli Lane (she/her)

Digital LAMBOOZLED!

Yoo Kyung Chang

Social Media Literacy from a Sociocultural Perspective

Christine Wusylko, Dr. Angela Kohnen, Dr. Max Sommer

Media Literacy Assessment: A Comprehensive Landscape Analysis of the Research Literature

Lara Azar (she/her/hers), Casey Frechette (he/him/his), Joy Amulya (she/her/hers)

Media Literacy in Entertainment Media: New Perspectives

Alexis Romero Walker, Ph.D. (they/them), Tegan Bratcher, Ph.D. (she/her), Jaz Gray, Ph.D. (she/her), Michele Meyer (she/her), Emma Lynn (she/her)

12:50pm

Educator Shifts in Media Literacy: The Journey from Consumer to Producer of Media

Dr. Jennifer L. Parker, Kathryn Grunow

Countering the sterilization of English Language Arts curricula: Teaching media literacy through banned books

Karla V. Kingsley (she/her/hers), JuliAnna Ávila, Ph.D. (she/her hers)

1:00pm

Teachers' Perceptions of Fake News and News Literacy: Integrating News Literacy Into the Curriculum

Cassandra Jones (she/her)

1:10pm

Meme it Up: Harnessing the Power of Memes to Demonstrate Learning

Renee Bogacz (she/her)

Lenny who? The role of popular fictional media in teaching media literacy and First Amendment history in higher education.

Ashley Grant (she/her), Lyric Mandell (she/her)

1:30pm

Break

2:00pm

Working Group:

Core Principles of Media Literacy Education

Working Group:

Scaling Media Literacy in Your State

3:00pm

Break

3:30pm

Building community partnerships in support of media literacy certification

PBS Education

Are Questions the Answer?

Mike Lawrence

Data Skills for Media Literacy

Jocelyn Young, (she/her), Kaspars Ruklis, Philip Davidovich, (he/him/his)

F*** news: banning checklists and complicating student engagement through a media and information literacy lens

Spencer Brayton (he/him), Natasha Casey (she/her)

COMM 205 Media Literacy for Diverse Audiences

Jayne Cubbage

Building Brave Communities of Participatory Practice Through Remix

Theresa Redmond, (she/her)

What the Research Says about Social Group Representation in Educational Materials And Its Implications for Media Literacy

Amanda LaTasha Armstrong

3:50pm

The 56th California Student Media Festival – Steal These Tools for Media Literacy

Hall Davidson (he/him), Mike Lawrence, (he/him)

Developing a teacher toolkit: Implementing critical media literacy in educator preparation

Jared Huisingh (he/him/his), Ashley Stroud (she/her/hers)

News Literacy – Penn State

Sydney L. Forde (she/her/hers)

4:00pm

Towards a critical race techno-literacy: Fostering Students' Ability to Read, Resist and Revise a Racism in the Digital

Tiera Chante Tanksley

Integrating Media Literacy into Undergraduate Core Courses

Christen Embry (she/her/hers)

4:10pm

Get Info Lit!

Lindsay Downs (she/her)

Fundamentals of Multimedia Creation Course Design

Bridget Haina (she/her/hers)

Examining Wartime Propaganda

Renee Hobbs

4:30pm

Break

5:00pm

Lessons from Leaders: Media Arts Standards

Dain Olsen, Co-Chair

National Coalition for Core Arts Standards

5:45pm

Break

6:00pm

Evening Event