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Lesson: Is it news or opinion?

Lesson: Is it news or opinion?

Malorie Paine, Kingsbury High School, Memphis, TN
February 8, 2019
Media Literacy in 2018: Top Five

Media Literacy in 2018: Top Five

Leigh Kolb, Assistant Professor of English and Journalism at East Central College
January 1, 2019
Combating Apathy in an Era of “Fake News” and Standardized Testing

Combating Apathy in an Era of “Fake News” and Standardized Testing

Leigh Kolb, English and Journalism Instructor at East Central College
January 1, 2018
Ancient Texts, Modern Media Literacy

Ancient Texts, Modern Media Literacy

Leigh Kolb, English and Journalism Instructor at East Central College
September 24, 2017
Commentary vs. Journalism: Are journalists biased?

Commentary vs. Journalism: Are journalists biased?

Michelle Turner, Washington High School, Washington, MO, and JEA 2016 Broadcast Adviser of the Year
July 23, 2017
Character Ed should link in lessons on Media Literacy and Digital Citizenship

Character Ed should link in lessons on Media Literacy and Digital Citizenship

Michelle Turner, Washington High School, Washington, MO, and JEA 2016 Broadcast Adviser of the Year
April 17, 2017
Women’s History Month: Trailblazing Female Journalists

Women’s History Month: Trailblazing Female Journalists

Leigh Kolb, English and Journalism Instructor at East Central College
February 28, 2017
Elections and Marches Provide a Sense of Journalistic Purpose

Elections and Marches Provide a Sense of Journalistic Purpose

Jennifer Somers, Plumage Media Staff, Reporter and Photo Editor
February 6, 2017
Beyoncé and Black History: Get in Formation

Beyoncé and Black History: Get in Formation

Leigh Kolb, English and Journalism Instructor at East Central College
January 28, 2017
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