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Participants select from more than 30 workshops offered during the week with workshop leaders (in REAL TIME) and online (ANYTIME) all year long. 

Anti-Racist Teaching and Learning

Teaching Argument in the Real World

Mapping Digital Storytelling

Filtering the Exoflood: Strategies for Media Literacy

Analyzing Children's Influencers

Building a Culture of Personal Digital Inquiry

What's Holding You Back? Overcoming Obstacles in News Media Literacy

Interdisciplinary Problem-Based Learning

Reimagining Assessments through Exhibitions of Learning

Giving & Getting Feedback in Digital Spaces

Inspire, Engage, Connect, and Share: F2F and Virtual

Copyright? Copy-wrong?

Algorithmic Personalization & Propaganda

Go From No to (Almost) Pro: Learn How to Edit in WeVideo in 60 minutes

Collaboration Tools and Techniques

Multimedia Non-Fiction as Mentor Text

Let’s Get Graphic with Book Creator

Inspire Digital Citizens and Leaders

Using Augmented Reality to Augment History

Rethinking Learning in the Digital Literacy Classroom

Middle School Media Literacy

Sounds We See

Collaborative Tools and Practices in Remote Learning Spaces

Online Learning in Higher Education

Wakelet as a Digital Authorship Tool

Visible Thinking for Deeper Learning

Using Digital Tools to Support Argumentation and Social Deliberation

Show What You Know with Media

Evaluating Media Education Materials within a Changing Media Landscape

Building Historical Thinking with Images

How the Summer Institute Became My Class

Re-Visioning Education: Lessons Learned in Leading for Equity

Teacher as Learner Journey

Immersive Virtual Field Trips

Learning is Social and Emotional

Connecting High School and University

Making Media Literacy the Heartbeat of Your Curriculum

Analyzing Media Bias and Audience Bias

Remixing Representation with WeVideo

Myth of the Digital Native

Media Literacy in Higher Education