Informable [app]Test your news literacy know-how with Informable! Score points for accuracy and speed across three levels of difficulty in four distinct modes.
News Literacy OrganizationThe News Literacy Project, a nonpartisan national education nonprofit, provides programs and resources for educators and the public to teach, learn and share the abilities needed to be smart, active consumers of news and information and equal and engaged participants in a democracy.
Media Manipulation CasebookThe Media Manipulation Casebook is a digital research platform linking together theory, methods, and practice for mapping media manipulation and disinformation campaigns. This resource is intended for researchers, journalists, technologists, policymakers, educators, and civil society organizers who want to learn about detecting, documenting, describing, and debunking misinformation.
Conspiracy Theories and anti-SemitismFrom the OSCE (the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) Based on research by the University of Derby into the most prevalent challenges teachers face in educating about anti-Semitism in the OSCE region, ODIHR, within its multi-year German funded project “Turning Words into Action to Address Anti-Semitism”, has produced ten specialized teaching aids to support teachers to address anti-Semitism.
Learn about Deep CanvassingDeep canvassing is a relatively new technique for diverting someone away from prejudice and towards a greater acceptance of others is showing promise and is one of the first methods that actually yielded results, according to rigorous research testing.
What is Digital Literacy?
Effective ways to evaluate the quality and credibility of information and cover learning strategies that yield more credible results.
Ethical use of digital resources
Plagiarism, intellectual property, copyrighted material, and the proper way to reference the information.
All the information a person passively leaves and actively shares about themselves online, especially on social media sites. Text, images, multimedia, cookies, browsing histories, IP addresses, passwords, and even Internet service providers all make up a person’s digital footprint.
Creating strong passwords, using privacy settings, what to share on social media, and encryption are all part of internet safety.
Knowing how to effectively use digital communication tools for both personal and professional uses.
Did you know that, according to the Cyberbullying Research Center, an average of 27.9% of students experienced cyberbullying over the past 10 years? Those numbers have jumped to an average of 34% since 2014.