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PSA Public Service Announcement

A national, bilingual campaign was developed to promote critical thinking about media. Focusing on deconstructing media, the campaign urges viewers, listeners and readers to consider what goes into media creation, and what meaning and messages can be taken out. The campaign will be featured prominently on Canadian television, radio, the Web, and in major newspapers across the country.

A lot goes into media. What do you take out?


Professional Development Resources for EducatorsProfessional Development Resources for Educators

To help teachers stay informed and up-to-date on relevant media issues Media Awareness Network offers professional development workshops, which include slides, self-directed tutorials, speaking notes, workshop guides and supporting classroom resources. The workshops cover a variety of topics from Internet safety, privacy, online marketing, cyber bullying and evaluation of online information to bias and stereotyping and hateful content on the Internet.

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