Check out these children and media newsletters from around the world:

This quarterly e-newsletter from the Center on Media and Child Health (CMCH) offers news, tools, and tips that can help families make informed media choices. Click here to subscribe.

Published by Young Media Australia, small screen is a unique monthly review of the latest events, press clippings, new and proposed legislation changes, seminars and conferences, publications, and research into the effects of films, television, video games and new media on children.

The newsletter contains brief articles, news items, presentation of new literature and ongoing research projects from different parts of the world. The publication addresses researchers, policymakers, media professionals, teachers, voluntary organizations and interested individuals worldwide.The newsletter is published twice a year on the Internet only, in April/May and November/December.

The MEDEA Awards encourages innovation and good practice in the use of media (audio, video, graphics and animation) in education. The Awards also recognize and promote excellence in the production and pedagogical design of media-rich learning resources. Click here to subscribe.

This is a weekly electronic newsletter featuring summarized information related to communication as a fundamental tool for economic and social development and change included on the Communication Initiative website. Click here to subscribe.

One Response to “Research Toolbox: Children and Media Newsletters from Around the World”

  1. Anonymous

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