Few problems with our information environment are more pressing or prominent than the proliferation of misinformation online.
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Many sources compete for attention online, including partisan blogs and bogus sites posing as legitimate news organizations. It can
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.
This poster features five reasons that people fall for conspiracy theories.
From sporting events to breaking news, many stories compete for journalists’ attention.
This poster helps remind students of the five freedoms protected by the First Amendment.
Reasoned arguments based on facts and evidence are an important part of civic discourse.
Misinformation is always problematic, but when it appears alongside family updates on social media, it can be especially frustrating.
With this poster, students are introduced to seven standards of quality journalism and their descriptions.
The poster provided in this resource introduces students to five types of possible bias in straight news coverage.
The poster provided in this resource introduces students to five types of misinformation.