This article explores the relationship between digital and media literacy (DML) and digital citizenship. It situates digital and media literacy within the larger field of media literacy and explores how democratic communication and critical pedagogy inform the James L. Knight School of Communication’s citywide DML initiative in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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While health education is required within U.S. schools, an integrated or holistic approach is absent. This article looks at three case studies of health education through the lens of media literacy. The discussion focuses on various factors that comprise educational ecologies of health literacy.
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