Celebrate Media Literacy Week with KQED’s Youth Media Challenge! Join KQED for an online screening of our latest mini-series “Stepping Up” which features the stories of youth activists and what inspires them to make change. “Stepping Up” is the basis of our Youth Media Challenge, an opportunity for students ages 13-18 to submit stories of times they were inspired to make change. The screening provides an introduction to the series and includes a panel of youth activists and educators who explain how to participate in the challenge.
Watch the screening here: https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/flimz
*In order to participate in the screening you must make an OVEE account or sign-in with Google or Facebook* – if you run into any difficulty please contact Stephanie Thatcher firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, November 6th
4:00 – 5:00 PM PST
- Wednesday, September 27th: Submissions Open
- Monday, November 6th: Online Screening of “Stepping Up”
- Friday, December 1st: Submissions Close
- Thursday, January 18th: Screening of Challenge Winners Submissions
How to Watch the Screening:
We have partnered with ITVS, the Independent Television Service, to host an online screening of “Stepping Up”. Please create an OVEE account or sign-in with Google or Facebook. If having trouble receiving the emails, white-list email@example.com.
What is Media Literacy Week?
NAMLE, The National Association for Media Literacy Education, is hosting its third annual Media Literacy Week, a collection of events and resources to showcase the work of media literacy educators and highlight the importance of media literacy in education.
What is Media Literacy?
Media literacy can be defined as the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, create, and act using all forms of communication. Today, we receive more information via more mediums than ever before. Being able to understand, evaluate, and create all forms of media is imperative to being a successful student, responsible citizen, and productive worker.