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How should we redefine “public” and “access” to facilitate new media literacies?
Posted on April 13, 2011 by Journalism That Matters
Session Hosts: Lauren Britton Smedley and Rory Solomon Participants: Amy Ryan, Debbie Walter, Amy Radermacher, Jorge Schement, Jeanine Finn, Jessica Smith, Jen Gilomen, Khara Whitney-Marsh, Dana Walker, Katie Ingersoll, Eileen McAdam, Michelle Fellows, Kevin O’Kelly, Karen Perry, Tom Lowenhaupt, Alan … Continue reading →
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