What you were reading in 2016


As we reflect on 2016, we look back at some of our social media posts that you liked most.

We’re sharing your top five favorites for one more read:

  1. Our guide to spotting fake news
  2. Facebook taking steps to combat misinformation
  3. Our new Checkology™ virtual classroom
  4. In Jest
  5. Biggest publishers of hoaxes and fake news

More Updates

NewsLitCamp®: The Importance of Local News

Join us on Jan. 26 for a National NewsLitCamp®️: The Importance of Local News, in partnership with Scripps News, a virtual, immersive day of professional learning built exclusively for educators and part of our National News Literacy Week.


‘It’s really our responsibility’: Los Angeles NPR station speaks with NLP

Students need to learn news literacy skills so they can navigate our complicated information landscape and avoid misinformation, said Ebonee Otoo, NLP’s senior vice president of educator engagement, in a recent interview with L.A. NPR station KCRW.  California recently joined a growing number of states requiring media literacy instruction in schools. Otoo explained what the…

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