New! Media Literacy Week climate challenge. Take one media literacy lesson you have developed and give it a climate focus. Use the resources from this website to develop an idea and submit it. New lessons will be highlighted on social media and featured on this site.

The Open Educational Resources on (media examples, lesson plans, learning activities, etc.) are freely available for use, reuse, adaptation, and sharing.  We encourage you to explore, create, and collaborate with educators around the world to improve curriculum and student learning.

If you’ve created an OER Ecomedia Literacy resource you’d like to share (or if you can recommend a resource that you use) please let us know by completing the form below.  We will contact you for more information.

We are currently collecting and sharing the following types of Ecomedia Literacy resources:

  • Learning activities (Less than a class period)
  • Lesson plans (1+ class periods)
  • Articles
  • Audio
  • Books
  • Illustrations, maps & other images
  • Interactive media
  • Photos
  • Reports & papers (on climate change, environmental issues, media, media literacy, etc.)
  • Slide presentations
  • Videos
  • Websites
  • Resources for teachers (worksheets, quizzes, etc.)

After more than a decade fastened to the coastline, a large expanse of sea ice has broken away from the Antarctic Peninsula. The ice, which had persisted in the Larsen B embayment since 2011, crumbled away over the span of a few days in January 2022, taking with it a Philadelphia-sized piece of the Scar Inlet Ice Shelf. Photo source: NASA

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