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Video clips explore everything from how to separate silk from the worm to how deep sea divers are trained.
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MTV site presents resources for young people to explore body image, mental health, nutrition, and more as well as ideas on how to take action if they or someone they know needs help.
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The Center for Media and Public Affairs is a nonpartisan research and education organization that conducts scientific studies of the news and entertainment media.
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The child advocacy organization Children Now uses media as a tool to improve children’s lives. It releases reports on children’s issues and is a partner in the Talking with Kids website, which helps parents discuss tough issues with their youngsters.
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Dedicated to improving media and entertainment choices for kids and families.
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The Canadian site Media Awareness Network is full of media literacy information and activities for parents, teachers, and children.
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The Lab is a leading community outreach and research program in media literacy education.
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Created by noted media literacy authority Frank Baker, the Clearinghouse is a rich source of links for information and activities including articles, lesson plans, activities, and research findings.
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The National Institute on Media and Family provides research, information, and resources about the impact of media on children and families, including an annual review and rating of video games.
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The National Telemedia Council promotes media literacy through workshops and Telemedium: The Journal of Media Literacy.