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The Thames Valley District School Board's Critical Media Literacy Committee welcomes the public to a free presentation that explores the pervasiveness of media in our lives and in the lives of our youth.

"This is a great opportunity for adults to gain a deeper understanding to help provide perspective for our young people living in today's cyber world," says Learning Coordinator Toni Wilson.

The presentation, offered at locations across the district, will provide 10 tips to help adults help the children in their lives manage the pervasive use of media. Participants will receive current information on a variety of topics, including: Facebook, "sexting", video games, digital footprint, literacy, anonymity and privacy.

TVDSB media violence teacher experts will lead this dynamic presentation. They are part of the Critical Media Literacy Committee where they network with media savvy teachers to develop and deliver informative media literacy presentations to parents, students and teachers.

Everyone is welcome to attend one of these free presentations at the following locations from 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.:
• Wednesday, March 19, 2014: Strathroy District Collegiate Institute Auditorium, 361 Second Street, Strathroy N7G 4J8
• Wednesday, March 26, 2014: Woodstock Collegiate Institute Auditorium, 35 Riddell Street, Woodstock N4S 6L9
• Wednesday, April 2, 2014: Arthur Voaden Secondary School Auditorium, 41 Flora Street, St. Thomas N5P 2X5

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