If you're not making television, it's making you

Koning, Dirk
May 2005
YES! Magazine;Spring2005, Issue 33, p21
Reports on the Mobile Media Lab for Information Education's programs to promote educational television in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Programs designed to help children communicate more effectively through media; Curriculum developed to promote media literacy; Classroom projects of the group.


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