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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – Billy Pittard, MTSU alumnus, chair of the department of media arts, and Mike Forbes, assistant director of technical systems, use their years of experience in media and entertainment to equip students with the relevant and sought-after skills of the industry. The media technology course taught by Forbes trains students in LED video …

A student and recent graduate of Humboldt State University were recognized for their creativity and talent through California State University at CSU’s 30th Annual Media Arts Festival. Established in 1991 to support students studying film, broadcasting, video, screenwriting, and media, the competition helps bridge the gap between students and professionals by providing a critical review …

Experts say children in Canada need better access to up-to-date media literacy to help them navigate what’s real and what’s fake or misleading online. The rise of social media has led to the proliferation of misinformation and disinformation, which is spread intentionally, said Dr. Ghayda Hassan, clinical psychologist and director of the Canadian Network of …

CHICAGO — Imagine you’re working at the referral desk when a client comes to ask you a question. They cite a “fact” that has been widely debunked, mentioning an article from a publication you know is untrustworthy. What can you as a librarian do to educate and inform them? In response to the need for …