Got ideas for stuff we ought to feature on ML4ML? Here's a place to leave comments suggesting more funny media texts for developing media literacy, or for leaving general feedback for improving the site.
We encourage you to add to comment threads on specific posts to extend the discussions of using humorous media to teach and learn particular lessons about media. We always want to hear about your experiences--raging successes and epic fails--using comedy in educational settings. And we welcome your raw reactions to the bits of humor as well as the ideas for teaching and learning with the featured comedy. Please share links to more funny material and to good resources to support media literacy and further exploration of featured topics. We hope that this site becomes a place to share best practices in teaching and learning media literacy while we share laughs about the roles of media representations, technologies, and institutions in our lives.