Teaching Media Quarterly
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This lesson plan is based on a collaborative teaching project between the co-authors that was implemented for an online community, over the course of a week in the fall of 2020, in response to the specific teaching and learning challenges presented by the pandemic. The online news literacy program was adapted and expanded from previous iterations of a one-day, in-person workshop, integrating specific pedagogical and engagement strategies for a much broader and more diverse learning community. The authors detail their approach to news literacy from a critical media and information literacy (CMIL) framework and how the program's content and activities were distributed and scaffolded across five days of online engagement.
Berry, R. Alan; Bonnet, Jennifer L.; and Rosenbaum, Judith E., "Teaching News Literacy During a Pandemic: Adapting to the Virtual Learning Environment" (2021). Library Staff Publications. 38.
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