Are you interested in supporting media literacy education?
Whether you are a concerned citizen, a parent, an educator, an organization, or anyone else, you can get involved with Media Literacy Week by helping spread the word about media literacy, teaching a lesson, planning a media literacy event, or creating a resource to be used by others throughout the week. It’s up to you to decide what you want to organize, but if you need help understanding how to get involved, check out the information we’ve compiled below or select one of the Quick Links to the left!
Media Literacy Week provides the opportunity for everyone to participate: from concerned citizens to large organizations, there is something for everyone! Not sure where to start? This page will lead you through the process of determining how involved you want to be, what that involvement looks like, and how to register as a Media Literacy Week participant! Show your support for media literacy education by signing up to join this fast-growing, global movement!
Are you an individual, organization, or other entity that thinks media literacy education is vital in a media-saturated culture? Do you have more resources than time? Check out this page about Media Literacy Week sponsorship or contact our executive director, Michelle Ciulla Lipkin, to discuss ways you can support Media Literacy Week efforts.
U.S. Media Literacy Week is part of the larger Global Media and Information Literacy Week hosted by UNESCO and GAPMIL. Show your support for this global movement by registering your event or activity with us and we’ll add it to the Global MIL website! No event is too large or small!
Has Media Literacy Week piqued your interest in media literacy? Join the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) to stay up to date on news about media literacy, resources, events, and more! NAMLE is the leading, non-profit media literacy membership organization that supports the advancement of media literacy education in the United States!