AJC Research2Practice Series: Calling All Producers
September 6, 2016
The Aprendiendo Juntos Council (AJC) is a multi-disciplinary consortium of researchers, practitioners, policy-makers, and producers who are working to better understand how Hispanic-Latino families with young children use media and technology in their daily lives for work, education, and play.
The AJC is proud to present the Research2Practice (R2P) series, which aims to make some of the research and findings from the AJC members’ work available to the stakeholders that work directly with Hispanic-Latino families. Our first tipsheet, “Calling All Producers: Creating Media for Hispanic-Latino Families” (PDF) was written by Aaron Morris, Senior Manager of PBS Kids Community Engagement Content, Ready to Learn to share helpful suggestions for media producers looking to create content that successfully engages Hispanic-Latino families.