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Guidelines for teachers on MIL

These guidelines aim to support teachers and educators on tackling disinformation and promoting digital literacy through education and training. They offer concrete, hands-on practical support for teaching in classrooms and in similar educational settings. Whether you are looking for clear explanations of technical concepts, class-exercises for fact-checking, how to encourage ‘good’ online habits, or for

Supporting Quality Journalism through MIL

This report provides the findings of a study on Media and Information Literacy (MIL) that was conducted in support of the work of the Committee of experts on quality journalism in the digital age (MSI-JOQ), as well as a series of recommendations from the authors of the study to be considered by member states and

Adults’ Media Use and Attitudes Report (2022)

This report by Ofcom examines adults’ media literacy in the UK. Ofcom’s definition of media literacy is ‘the ability to use, understand and create media and communications in a variety of contexts’. The report is a reference document for industry, stakeholders and the general public. Please click on the link below to access the content:

Artificial Intelligence and Education

This report offers a critical view through the lens of human rights, democracy and the rule of law. It begins with an introduction to AI (what it is and how it works) and to the connections between AI and education: “learning with AI” (learner-supporting, teacher-supporting and system-supporting AI), using AI to “learn about learning” (sometimes