Promoting media literacy education
Health Issues

A major focus of the NW Center for Excellence in Media Literacy is the use of media as a hook to engage children, teens and adults in the study of health issues, ranging from nutrition and physical activity to sexual and reproductive health, body image, prevention of the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, and violence prevention. >> Learn more
Website Development

The web provides an excellent vehicle for the NW Center to share some of its many resources. With the support of a range of funders, the NW Center has been able to develop several websites which have become an integral part of its vast outreach effort. These sites offer as efficient and cost effective means for sharing media literacy education materials. >> Learn more
Curriculum Development

The NW Center designs and develops media literacy education materials. Curriculum modules it has designed addressing specific health issues such as sexual and reproductive health and tobacco prevention have been pilot tested with thousands of children and youth in both school and community settings. >> Learn more