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MediaWise Youtube channel

This YouTube channel features fact-checking videos submitted by MediaWise’s Teen Fact-Checking Network, collaborations with the MediaWise Ambassadors, and media literacy tips. It is a good resource for those who want to learn how to tell fact from fiction. MediaWise is a non-profit, nonpartisan program of The Poynter Institute, that aims to teach people how to

Navigating Digital Information

In this Crash Course organised as a video series with 10 episodes, John Green in partnership with MediaWise, the Poynter Institute, and the Stanford History Education Group explores best practices in navigating the internet by helping people evaluate the information they read online. Please click on the link below to access the content:

Transformative Media Pedagogies

This is a recorded webinar on the launch of ‘Transformative Media Pedagogies’, a book edited by Paul Mihailidis, Sangita Shresthova and Megan Fromm that explores the concept of individual and collective transformation as the underlying driver for media pedagogy. It offers valuable insights and practical strategies for implementing transformative media pedagogies across learning environments and

Cyber Academy

This is an internet safety series for kids age 7-10 developed by Trend Micro. Covering various important topics related to digital, information and media literacy, such as online privacy and misinformation, it is a very good resource for both parents and teachers. Each episode consists of a short animated video, a conversation guide to support

Media & Learning Association Video Library

The Media & Learning Association (MLA) is an international association set up to promote and stimulate the use of media as a way to enhance innovation and creativity in teaching and learning across all levels of education in Europe. On its video library page, users can find a resourceful depository of conferences and webinars on

How conspiracy theories capture the mind

In this seminar organized by the University of Chicago Institute of Politics, scholars from different fields discuss the psychology and mechanics underlying conspiratorial beliefs, and provide some clues about how to prevent them.

Think Smart

This 13-minute long video from Barnardos Online Safety Programme is designed for 8-12 year olds to ‘think smart’ about the information they read and the people they meet on the internet. Includes a worksheet and powerpoint for teachers. Click on the link below to access the content: