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Media Studies

A multidisciplinary approach to study of media literacy

media literacy

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 Welcome to the Film and Media Studies Subject Guide. 

Research resources found in the guide are interdisciplinary and provide access to a wide variety of formats and content types, such as streamed video, electronic books, scholarly journal articles, fulltext journals, directories, encyclopedias, to mention a few.  Please explore.  And if you have suggestions, questions or problems, please contact:

Rosemary Franklin

English/Linguistics/Communication Librarian



UC Film and Media Studies certificate....

"to prepare students at all levels for a lifetime of learning," emphasizes creativity, communication, critical thinking and responsible living in community with others. Certainly the increasing significance of film and media today suggests that students of the future will be expected to create, understand, and control the uses of media, not only in the workplace, but in their private lives. Indeed, this demand for media literacy has only accelerated with social networking systems and global media outlets. To that end, a group of faculty representing several departments proposes an interdisciplinary certificate in film and media studies that draws upon the diverse programs within the college in order to meet the challenges in this area."

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