Welcome to IDigItMedia, where we offer you a variety of new ways to interact with the digital and media culture in which we live. The internet creates many options for gaining information, connecting with others, and sharing ideas. We offer professional development where participants can learn to analyze media and to compose digitally and then share their new expertise with others.
Through IDigItMedia, you can gain more digital tool know-how while you’re enriching your media analysis, social media interactions, compositional capacities, and critical thinking skills. We help people of all ages to better read their 21st century worlds. Our digital media team can become part of your school action plan, community outreach, youth advocacy, senior citizen workshops, non-profit initiatives, or higher education scholarship and research.
What Does Our Professional Development Look Like?
Whether you require a guest speaker, half-day workshop, or full-day orientation and implementation session, IDigItMedia can work alongside you. We develop programming and integration services like simulations, E-Learning modules, unit plans, team instruction, and membership surveys. Importantly, our professional development is individualized, which means that we can offer Basics of Digital Media Literacy to one of your teams while coalescing another team of advanced individuals to engage in Digital Curation and Composition. Through framing digital media literacy and learning as language acquisition, we help people to read and interpret images and to recognize media as a universal language that shapes the way we perceive others and the world around us.
More than anything, we are a space where people from diverging viewpoints can work together to better understand the power and place of digital and media learning and literacy in today’s society. Our consultant-coaches will help you to design the leadership base that you desire to meet the needs of 21st century learners and to gain a foundation of literacy and learning successes that you’ll build upon and sustain. Click on our Workshop page for a sample of digital media literacy and learning sessions.
Recent IDigItMedia Publications
Our founder and director, Dr. Carolyn Fortuna, conducted a qualitative research analysis about attitudes around sex and gender in sport from the point of view of today’s upper middle class youth, published in the Sports Pedagogy and Physical Education Journal, January, 2016. Also, click here to see Dr. Carolyn’s publication in The Journal of Media Literacy, spring 2015 about the intersection of sports and literacy in public schools.