UNESCO has developed an array of media and information literacy resources and information about its MIL projects and initiatives.
“Ethics Unwrapped” is a free educational program created at UT Austin to help people navigate ethical challenges. Research-based videos are used by more than 500 colleges and universities around the world and tens of thousands of ethics learners.
The renowned Poynter Institute has developed a constantly updated resource center featuring articles on fact-checking - stories about trends and best practices in fact-checking worldwide.
The course, open to everyone, introduces the concepts of media and information literacy and intercultural dialogue along with important issues that relate to this new set of competencies for global citizenship.
The tool contains interactive and intercultural teaching resources proposed for use in formal and non-formal educational settings, organized around the model MIL Curriculum published by UNESCO.
Dan Gillmor's book 'Mediactive' is available online, inviting all of us to become active media consumers.
The Center for Media Literacy, located in the U.S, provides a vast array of material and resources for MIL practitioners.
The Journal of Media Literacy Education is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal that supports the development of research, scholarship and the pedagogy of media literacy education.
The open access Journal of Digital and Media Literacy (ISSN 2326-1862) is published by the James L. Knight School of Communication at Queens University of Charlotte with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.