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    June 2019 E-Newsletter

    This month get our take on what can be done to counter the public's mistrust of the news media, Apollo 11 moon landing anniversary resources, a new exhibit on Jon Stewart, and more!

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    May 2019 E-Newsletter

    This month get our take on the increasing number of disinformation campaigns surrounding the 2020 presidential election, information on upcoming conferences and our latest virtual media literacy class, and more!

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    School Library Connection Gives NewseumED Good Marks

    "NewseumED is an important tool for the youth of today as they are constantly inundated with virtually-mediated messages and information," according to the review by School Library Connection, a resource center for school librarians and media specialists.

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    April 2019 E-Newsletter

    This month get our take on the ethical issues surrounding news coverage of the mosque shootings in New Zealand; classroom activities on timely topics; information on upcoming conference presentations and library programs; and much more!

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    March 2019 E-Newsletter

    This month get our take on a prescription for fighting vaccine misinformation, upcoming conference and library presentations, Women's History Month resources, First Amendment issues in the news and more!

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    February 2019 E-Newsletter

    This month get our take on what's missing in the Covington discussion, resources for Women's History Month and the 50th anniversary of the Tinker students' rights case, info on our new community media lit program, and much more!

  • Classroom Connections

    Women's History Month Resources

    This year marks the 100th anniversary of Congress passing a constitutional amendment to give women the right to vote. Use our free online resources to explore the history and struggles of the suffrage movement.

  • Classroom Connections

    Tinker at 50: Historic Student Rights Case

    Check out our resources to mark the 1969 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in favor of Mary Beth Tinker and two other Iowa students who had been punished for protesting the war in Vietnam.

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