Course instructor's notes 
This project was developed by students enrolled in a course offered by Renee Hobbs, Professor at Temple University School of Communications and Theater, in the Fall of 2007 entitled Theory and Practice of Media Literacy Education.
Dear BTMM 5310 Students:
Here are some comments on your initial work:
1. Please be sure to add your scholar's citation to the list at the bottom of the top page of the wiki. We'll keep using reference lists at the botton of each page. Some of the scholars you read and summarized are not on the list. Please fix this.
2. Let's carefully distinguish between the chapters in Masterman we read (Teaching the Media, 1985) and Masterman's earlier 1980 book (as critiqued by Alvarado). This is not clear in some of the new writing posted. Please fix.
3. I've moved around the pages to take better advantage of hyperlinking this semester, and also to solve the problem of length (many shorter pages are less intimidating.) You'll see now there are a number of smaller pages. Let's try to take advantage of shorter pages and hyperlinking, where it makes sense.
4. If you would like to create new pages (or hyperlinks to existing pages), just put two brackets in front of and in back of the name for the new page, like this Intellectual Traditions in Media Literacy. When you save the page, you will see the new page name in red. Clicking on it takes to you that page, to add content.
5. Also, let's practice using the "summary" line at the bottom. (I forget to do this all the time, but it's useful when doing collaborative writing.) You don't have to use it for small changes, but if you use it when you add content, it will help us keep track of our contributions...and make it clear where we have disagreements, points of contention, etc.