Learn About Media Literacy

Finding & Using Credible Sources is a Critical Skill

TAKE A FUN ONLINE COURSE: 

 

The News Literacy Project offers CHECKOLOGY (checkology.org), a fun yet comprehensive overview of how to evaluate sources of information and spot misinformation, disinformation, or manipulation!

ASK A LIBRARIAN!

When you aren't sure about your sources of information, your local library is a great place to get help. (Seriously.  They'll love it.  They live for this stuff.)

PLAY A GAME!

The News Literacy Project offers INFORMABLE, a game that will sharpen your news literacy and anti-disinformation skills!

SEE DIFFERENCES IN NEWS COVERAGE!

ALL SIDES is a site where you can read the same news story from three perspectives—left, center, and right.  It’s interesting to see how different each story can be depending on who tells it.

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