The News Co/Lab outlines credible dashboards, handbooks, FAQs and more to help you sort through the overwhelming amount of coronavirus information.
With Covid-19, the need for a major journalistic coalition — doing this the right way — has never been more obvious.
What does “fake news” actually mean? Not much. Here’s how one journalism student tried to recognize the elements of information disorder in her own life.
Managing Director Kristy Roschke will discuss media literacy and journalistic transparency in science at the conference Feb. 22.
The nonprofit stopped at the Cronkite School to share strategies ahead of the 2020 election.
Managing Director Kristy Roschke recently joined the board of NAMLE, an important resource to develop 21st-century literacies.
News Co/Lab Co-founder Dan Gillmor will outline a dynamic approach to media literacy at the National Educational Telecommunications Association Conference Jan. 28.
What’s slow news? It’s the notion that we should slow down before publishing information we can’t absolutely verify, and before believing what we’ve seen published.
Press release: Cronkite’s News Co/Lab using Facebook grant to boost media literacy ahead of 2020 elections
The new project will include educational videos with Arizona PBS, community events and a Massive Online Open Course.
Digital literacies, including media literacy, are essential skills across all disciplines in the 21st century. It’s time to make them part of every class curriculum.
Since young people find authenticity, fairness, diversity and inclusiveness “critically important,” incorporating these values into news coverage can help draw in this demographic. How Young People Consume News and The Implications For Mainstream Media Reuters...
While one-third of young Australians feel confident about spotting fake news online, most rarely or never try to find out if online news stories are true or not. Advancing children’s news media literacy: learning from the practices and experiences of young...
People with higher levels of news literacy are less likely to use social media for their news, preferring more trusted sources instead. People who do get their news from social media are much less skeptical of online news, which makes them vulnerable to...