Who should attend MNLI 14?

Any educator from any state who wants to begin the process of building future learning - teachers from grades K-12+ in any content area, school or district administrators, and/or representatives from Higher Ed institutions.

MA New Literacies Institute History

The Massachusetts New Literacies Institute is organized and managed by the Institute for Research and Innovative Education at the LPVEC. It was initiated in 2010 as a grant funded project between the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) and the LPVEC, with content from the The New Literacies Collaborative.

Who is visiting?

MNLI 13 Institute Review

The 2013 Massachusetts New Literacies Institute's last day was Friday August 9, 2013. Educators from 12 school districts attended this year. To get a taste of the energy and creativity that was flowing during the week visit the MNLI 13 website. We are already planning next years New LIteracies Institute. If you want more information contact Jim Walker (jwalker@lpvec.org, or Zach Smith (zsmith@lpvec.org)

What will you learn at MNLI 14?

Attendees at the MA New Literacies Institute will be active participants engaged using digital tools to create lessons that address:
  • Online Reading Comprehension
  • Online Collaborative Inquiry
  • Online Content Construction
  • NLI Twitter Feed