Media Projects

. . . Access, Analyze, Evaluate, & Create Media Messages.

What makes information knowledge—what makes it empowering— is the way in which in which it can be integrated within an identity of participation. When information does not build up to an identity of participation, it remains alien, literal, fragmented, nonnegotiable.

—Etienne Wenger


K12 Student Projects

We ask students to tell us a story about a process, a person (a group of people), or an event that is significant in their community.

University Student Projects

University students practice making their own documentary projects before creating them with students.

Teacher Projects

Participating teachers make projects that are focused on processes, people, and events in their community.