MEDEAnet webinar “Conversation with Prof Renee Hobbs”, 5 December 2013, 4-5pm CET

Prof Renee Hobbs

Prof Renee Hobbs is an internationally recognized authority on digital and media literacy education and Founding Director of the Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island, USA. During this webinar, Prof Hobbs introduced some of her work and research in the area of media literacy. 

This webinar was held on Thursday 5 December, 4pm CET and attended by 26 particpants from 9 countries.

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Renee Hobbs, University of Rhode Island, USA

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Renee Hobbs, University of Rhode Island, USA

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Renee Hobbs is an internationally recognized authority on digital and media literacy education. She is Professor and Founding Director of the Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island, USA. As the Founder of the Media Education Lab (www.mediaeducationlab.com) she develops programs that advance media literacy education through scholarship and community service. She has authored five books and dozens of scholarly and professional articles, created award-winning multimedia curriculum resources, and offered professional development programs for educators and media professionals on four continents. She received an Ed.D from Harvard Graduate School of Education and an M.A. and B.A. from the University of Michigan in Communication Studies, English Literature and Film/Video Studies.

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