Habilomedia

New platform to help youth respond to online hate

News Release - HabiloMedia announces the launch of My Voice is Louder than Hate, a new resource that uses digital storytelling and meme creation tools to encourage youth to take action against online hate.

The final countdown to Media Literacy Week 2021 is on.

Press release - The 16th annual Media Literacy Week, which will take place from October 25 to 30, is organized by MediaSmarts, the Canadian center for media education and digital literacy, in collaboration with the Canadian Teachers' Federation .

Online Course for Teachers - Media Creation

MediaSmarts is offering a new free online course for teachers on how to create media in K-12 classrooms.

A successful start to digital life: guides for students

The Habilomedia organization is launching two new guides to help students reconcile the demands of their offline life with those of their digital life.

Children will learn the importance of online inclusion during Media Literacy Week 2017

The next Media Literacy Week will take place from November 6-10, 2017 and will focus on online diversity and inclusion for children and youth.

MediaSmarts offers digital literacy workshops to New Brunswick and Manitoba libraries

Francophone libraries in these two provinces now have free access to the digital literacy program called La Toile et les jeunes. This follows a similar partnership with Quebec libraries.

Use, Understand and Create: A Digital Literacy Framework for Canadian Schools

MediaSmarts, the Canadian center for media education and digital literacy, launched on May 25, 2016 the final component of its important program to support teachers in integrating digital literacy into the classroom.

"Click if you agree", a game to understand the issues of privacy on the Internet

MediaSmarts, Canada's center for media literacy and digital literacy, is launching a new game that aims to help kids ages 12 to 14 make informed decisions while online. Called Click If You Agree, the game teaches them the skills they need to read and understand legal policies on websites and in the software they use.

MediaSmarts offers teens advice to help them live in a connected world

MediaSmarts, the Canadian Center for Media Education and Digital Literacy, launched a new resource last week aimed at making it easier for students to transition from elementary to high school and help them solve digital dilemmas facing them. they may be confronted in their online interactions and activities.

Media Literacy Week 2016: Respect in a Digital World

From November 2 to 6, we celebrated Media Literacy Week. The purpose of this annual event is to make students, parents and education stakeholders aware of media issues, including those relating to digital media.