Australian Teachers of Media

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The Australian Teachers Of Media or ATOM is an independent, non-profit, professional association in Australia for teachers of media and teachers who wish to use media effectively in their classroom.[1]

ATOM aims to foster and encourage a generation of students who are both multi-literate and technologically savvy.[2]

Publishing both Metro Magazine and Screen Education and through convening the ATOM Awards and the ATOM Australian International Multimedia Awards,[3] ATOM actively promotes media literacy in Australia and internationally.[4]


  1. ^ Creagh, Sunanda (29 June 2005). "Hollywood in the classroom". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2009-07-29. 
  2. ^ Australian Teachers Of Media
  3. ^ Sinclair, Jenny (22 May 2002). "ATOM's reach spreads". The Age. Retrieved 2009-07-29. 
  4. ^ Australian Government Culture Portal

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