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Education 466: Critical Media Literacy

Teaching Youth to Think Critically and Create Alternative Media

Critical Media Literacy: Teaching Youth to Critically Read and Create Media

BanksyThe material on this page supports UCLA's Teacher Education Program's Critical Media Literacy course (ED466), which prepares educators for teaching K12 students to explore their relationships with media, technology, and popular culture by critically questioning different types of representations and creating their own alternative media messages. This site is updated regularly.




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Race and Racism

Gender and Sexism

News and Journalism

Climate Change and Environmental Justice

In the News


Media Literacy Organizations and Resources

Social Media and Digital Technologies

Magazine and Newpaper Databases (UCLA Access)

Access to UCLA Resources
  • To access restricted Restricted Resource resources from off campus set up the Virtual Private Networking (VPN) UCLA authentication option.
  • To access restricted Restricted Resource resources from your laptop on campus, use either the UCLA_WIFI wireless network or the Eduroam wireless network. Note: Sign into Eduroam using your UCLA Logon ID with appended ( and password.

Independent Newspapers

Corporate Newspapers

Various Media