Media Literacy and Media History Resources
Within North America, media literacy is seen to consist of a series of communication competencies, including the ability to ACCESS, ANALYZE, EVALUATE, and COMMUNICATE information in a variety of forms, including print and non-print messages.
Media literacy empowers people to be both critical thinkers and creative producers of an increasingly wide range of messages using image, language, and sound. It is the skillful application of literacy skills to media and technology messages.
The Media History Project Online Access to the Histories of Cinema, Broadcasting & Sound.
Wikipedia is a free content encyclopedia in many languages that allows any user to add content, but also allows that content to be edited by any other user
Voice of the Shuttle - Media Studies General Resources, Theory and Theorists, Histories, TV, Film/Video, New Media, Popular Music, Journalism, Radio, Comics, Telecoms Issues, Consumerism and Advertising, Censorship, Journals, Departments, Programs, Courses, Syllabi and Teaching Resources.
JISC Digital Media - A huge resource on still images, moving images and sound advice.
Photoblogs.org is a resource designed to help people find all kinds of photoblogs
The following samplier of Video Clips uses the Films on Demand system, for access to all our video on demand collections see http://www2.middlesexcc.edu/services-and-support/instructional-design-and-media-services/video-on-demand.html