Center For Media Literacy President Discusses Changing Landscape
The changing face of media has created opportunities for some — a chance to hear many different voices and read different perspectives. But it’s also created a different level of confusion for kids and adults.
So, media literacy has become more important.
Media literacy is defined as the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, create and participate with media messages in all their forms.
Tessa Jolls, president of the Center for Media Literacy, talked with us about it.