Summer Institute in Digital Literacy – Jul 10-15

Posted by Media Education Lab on May 17, 2022

Learn how to implement digital media literacy in elementary and secondary education. The Summer Institute in Digital Literacy, July 10-15, 2022, is the world’s longest-running professional development program in digital literacy. The program is a week-long interdisciplinary gathering that includes K-12 educators and school leaders; higher education faculty and researchers; school, public and academic librarians; media literacy educators working in non-school contexts; and journalists and creative media professionals.

During this intensive 42-hour program, you will get inspired by experts in literacy, learning, media and technology and have frequent opportunities to advance your digital literacy competencies through hands-on, minds-on learning experiences. Participate in meaningful conversations and develop collaborative relationships. Create a meaningful digital resource that you can implement or use in your own work context.

Your choice: Take the program in person in Chicago on the downtown campus of National Louis University or take the program in a fully online format from the comfort of home!

Learn more and register.

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