The Media Literacy Online Project and the Media Literacy Review are no longer maintained as sites. Both served their purpose and now, with so many excellent resources online, it has come time to close both projects. We are keeping this single page updated as a gateway to resources educators find of value.
A number of media education organizations have formed since the Media Literacy Online Project was started in 1994. You are encourage to visit and become familiar with these organizations.
Action Coalition for Media Education (ACME) ACME is a network of educators, students, health professionals, journalists, media-makers, parents, activists, and other citizens joined as a member-supported, independent, nonprofit continental educational coalition.
Alliance for a Media Literate America (AMLA) The goal of the AMLA is to stimulate growth in media literacy education in the United States by organizing and providing national leadership, advocacy, networking, and information exchange.
Center for Media Literacy (CML) A pioneer in its field, the Center for Media Literacy (CML) is a nonprofit educational organization that provides leadership, public education, professional development and educational resources nationally.
Jesuit Communication Project (JCP) The Jesuit Communication Project provides a variety of resources and services for teachers, parents, church groups, school boards, students, and other interested groups. The goal is to encourage, promote, and develop Media Education across Canada
Media Awareness Network The Media Awareness Network (MNet), home to one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of media education and Internet literacy resources.
Media Literacy Clearing House. A comprehensive site with informational resources of value to educators.
National Telemedia Council The National Telemedia Council is a national nonprofit organization that has been promoting the concept of media literacy for five decades.