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Subject: I want to find training courses on media literacy

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:

Making Sense of the News: News Literacy Lessons

This six-week course developed by by the University of Hong Kong and Stony Brook University aims to help learners develop their critical thinking skills to enable them to better identify reliable information in news reports and to become better informed about the world in which they live. The course discusses the key elements of journalism

The On-Ramp to Media Literacy

This course was developed by the Center for Media Literacy (CML) to help people become more informed participants in the complex, global media environment. This 90-minute, self-guided course aims to give you a strong, foundational understanding of the concepts of media literacy. You will explore topics that range from CML’s Five Key Questions and Core

Very Verified

Very Verified is an online course on Media Literacy that aims to help people evaluate the information flows in their daily lives and equip them with skills they can use to recognize disinformation and propaganda. Please click on the link below to access the content:

Facts4all: Schools Tackling Disinformation MOOC

This course empowers primary and secondary teachers to develop and implement effective whole-school approaches to foster critical thinking and tackle online disinformation through intergenerational collaboration and community engagement. The course is targeted at primary and secondary school teachers of any subject. Other educational professionals and stakeholders, such as heads of schools, school support staff, and