The News Literacy Project
The News Literacy Project offers several free resources for the public, including an e-learning platform, an app, a new podcast, shareable tips, tools, quizzes and an annual news literacy event. Check them out!
Stop falsehoods in their tracks: Join the RumorGuard.
How news-literate are you? Test and sharpen your news literacy skills with short activities, engaging quizzes and shareable graphics.
NLP has customized a version of its e-learning platform Checkology for the public. People of all ages can now learn how to identify credible information, seek out reliable sources, and know what to trust, what to dismiss and what to debunk.
Modeled on The Sift newsletter for educators, Get Smart About News is our free newsletter designed for the general public exploring timely examples of misinformation as well as press freedom and social media trends and issues.
With NLP’s free mobile app, everyone can practice four distinct news literacy skills in a game-like format: distinguishing news reports from opinion pieces; advertisements from other types of information; false claims from credible evidence; and fact-based statements from opinion-based statements.
Is that a fact?, NLP's podcast, informs listeners about news literacy issues that affect their lives through informative conversations with experts working to combat misinformation.
This annual event, organized in partnership with The E.W. Scripps Company, underscores the vital role of news literacy in a democracy and provides audiences with the knowledge and tools to become more news-literate.
Learn more about COVID-19 misinformation.
What is Checkology?