NLP News

On this page, you can search and sort a combination of updates about NLP, event listings and our frequent media mentions. Check back regularly!

Students in a classroom listening to their teacher.

EdWeb Webinar: Building strong digital citizens: News and media literacy in the classroom

In this edWeb webinar, co-sponsored by the News Literacy Project and EdCuration, hear creative ideas, advice and solutions to these questions from some of NLP’s NewsLit Nation ambassadors, who are educators serving as community news literacy advocates. These educators will share how they engage students in classroom discussions and use activities that develop critical news and media literacy skills such as identifying credible information, seeking out reliable sources, and understanding the role of a free press in a democracy. 

Photo of Barry Faulkner's 1936

Founders’ concern about fractured America relevant then, now

How are you celebrating the Fourth of July — with fireworks, a parade, a family cookout? Try sharpening your news literacy skills! Our nation’s founders would be proud of you. While they didn’t have to contend with the 24-hour news cycle, internet trolls or dangerous conspiracy theories, the Founding Fathers were concerned that misinformation and…

Updates

Load More

FOR EDUCATORS

Checkology® can help your students tell the difference between fact and fiction.

What is Checkology?

FOR EVERYONE

Test your news literacy know-how with our app!

FOR EVERYONE

Check out our podcast Is that a fact?

FOR EVERYONE

Checkology® can help you tell the difference between fact and fiction.

What is Checkology?