Ellen Hume, research director of the Center for Future Civic Media, discussed public media at prospect.org with Jessica Clark of American University, Kinsey Wilson of NPR, Rey Ramsey of One Economy, and Sascha Meinrath of the New America Foundation.
As old media die, new forms are emerging, but it’s not clear they will serve such vital civic functions.
How are new media tools enabling a new kind of civic/ public culture?
The full playlist, including more clips of Ellen Hume, Mark Jurkowitz, Doug Smith, and Sree Sreenivasan is available here.
Helping young people learn how to navigate the news in ways that make them feel more connected to their world.
Owing to her early involvement, few were surprised to learn that Ellen Hume would be spearheading the center and articulating its vision.
The undergraduate curriculum has increasingly turned to cross-disciplinary, trans-disciplinary and even multi-disciplinary approaches to education.