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Responsible News Consumption in the Digital Age: Strategies for Citizens of Post-Soviet States (Coursera)

In the idea of responsible consumption, a driven force is the maturity of consumers and their responsibility to preserve the planet's ecosystem. Our course proposes you a concept of responsible news consumption that puts the integrity of the information ecosystem of civil society at the forefront. In this ecosystem, [...]
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Sorting Truth From Fiction: Civic Online Reasoning (edX)

Learn teaching practices that help students become savvy consumers of digital information. Fake news and misinformation pose an urgent challenge to citizens across the globe. Multiple studies have shined a light on people’s difficulty in distinguishing truth from fiction, reliable information from [...]
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Disinformation, Misinformation, and Fake News Teach-Out (Coursera)

Jan 25th 2021
Disinformation, Misinformation, and Fake News Teach-Out (Coursera)
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At a time when information can be instantaneously and globally communicated, the threat of consuming misleading or false information looms large. In this Teach-Out, you will learn how to navigate this digital information landscape, identify fake news, and gain critical skills in media and information literacy. [...]
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Social Media Literacy for Change (European Schoolnet Academy)

This online course will allow teachers to learn what social media literacy (SML) is, what a SML strategy looks like, how to develop one in their school based on their pupils, parents and teachers’ needs, how to implement it and afterwards, how to assess its effectiveness.
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Fake News, Facts, and Alternative Facts (Coursera)

Oct 2nd 2017
Fake News, Facts, and Alternative Facts (Coursera)
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How can you distinguish credible information from “fake news”? Reliable information is at the heart of what makes an effective democracy, yet many people find it harder to differentiate good journalism from propaganda. Increasingly, inaccurate information is shared on Facebook and echoed by a growing number of explicitly partisan [...]
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Fake News, Facts, and Alternative Facts (edX)

Learn how to distinguish between credible news sources and identify information biases to become a critical consumer of information. How can you distinguish between credible information and “fake news?” Reliable information is at the heart of what makes an effective democracy, yet many people find it harder to differentiate [...]
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