Media Literacy and Critical Thinking in the age of Digital Disruption (Part One)

Join 3 distinguished podcast participants in a thought-provoking discussion of library ideas and responsibilities for media literacy in today's media-dominated environment. 

Scott Spicer - Media Outreach and Learning Spaces Librarian, University of Minnesota
Andy Horbal - Head of Learning Commons, University of Maryland (Incoming head of ALA Video Roundtable
Monique Threatt - Head of Media and Reserve Services, University of Indiana Bloomington

Literature and media referenced in this podcast:
Tamblyn, Jeff. "Kansas vs. Darwin" Kino Lorber, Inc., Kanopy (2008)

W. James Potter. "Media Literacy" Sage Publishing (2016)

farrelly, deg, and Jane Hutchison. "Academic Library Streaming Video: Key Findings from the National Survey." Against the Grain 26.5 (November 2014).

Otto, Jane. "University Faculty Describe Their Use of Moving Images in Teaching and Learning and Their Perceptions of the Library’s Role in That Use." College & Research Libraries, Vol 75, No 2 (2014)