• The Right to be Forgiven

    A frequent feature of 21st-century political campaigns has involved researching candidates’ online activities in hopes of finding damaging data that might be used against them.

  • From Memphis to Missouri: Voices and Echoes

    Blog post by Laurie Townshend with extension activities by Michelle Solomon The U.S. Civil Rights Movement reached a peak in the 1960’s with widespread reactions to systemic racism boiling over into protests that were both violent and non-violent. At the heart of these protests that marked an entire era in …

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Media Literacy and the McLuhan Legacy

“Is not the essence of education civil defense against media fallout? (Marshall McLuhan The Gutenberg Galaxy, p. 294).” The mLab (Toronto Media Lab) associated with Children’s Own Media Museum and the St. Michael’s College Science Association together with the following organizations: the McLuhan Legacy Network, the Marshall McLuhan Centre for …

The Right to be Forgiven

A frequent feature of 21st-century political campaigns has involved researching candidates’ online activities in hopes of finding damaging data that might be …

This is not going to end well

In this post, Geoffrey Winship reflects on the complex relationship we have with celebrity. What expectations do we have with regard to …

Canadaland as Witness

Canadaland provides a compelling, ongoing struggle in trying to answer the question, “What do ‘journalism’ and ‘journalist’ mean in an always-on, omnipresent, …

Ike Interviews God

Provocative on so many levels… Ike Interviews God What would YOU ask?

Crop Top Protests Reconsidered

How are the Crop Top Protests a clash of contexts? Students have protested school clothing rules and sanctions, mostly involving the appropriateness of …