MediaShift lists NLP as a resource to help students

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Author and journalism professor Kim Lisagor Bisheff writes in MediaShift about the importance of teaching students to become responsible news consumers. She recommends the News Literacy Project as a great resource to help them separate good journalism from bad.

“‘It’s all fake’ is a refrain we can’t afford to accept — as journalists and as a society,” Bisheff says. “If your students worked to address and overcome their distrust, that’s an accomplishment worth celebrating.”

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