Few problems with our information environment are more pressing or prominent than the proliferation of misinformation online.
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This week, we talk to Miguel Otárola about how he decides which story ideas to pursue.
Many sources compete for attention online, including partisan blogs and bogus sites posing as legitimate news organizations. It can
This week, we talk to Emily Hoerner of the Chicago Tribune about her recent story on public restroom access.
How do journalists see news? Put on a pair of “news goggles” and check out these conversations with professional
Students will join an “expert” group to learn one specific digital verification skill, then reorganize and join a “jigsaw”
The historic upheaval that dominated previous headlines — including a global pandemic, a national reckoning over racial injustice, a
This infographic suggests small tweaks you can make to your online searches that can make a big difference.
Let's use our news goggles to tell the difference between ads and news — even when they look alike!
In this edition of News Goggles, let’s look at the trial of Derek Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer
In this edition of News Goggles, let’s examine how some news organizations label updates and show transparency in their
Journalists sometimes speak their own language. It can be hard to keep track!