The Trust Project shares 8 indicators to help you decide if you should trust or share content: The journalist reporting the story The purpose of the content Sources used Local ties Diverse voices Ability to offer feedback Reporting methods Transparent best practices
Poynter's new media literacy zine helps your spot misinformation online. The nonprofit's MediaWise initiative produced the zine to "help you make educated decisions while scrolling through wild claims online, from out-of-context political posts to seemingly harmless deepfake videos of massive tree frogs that don’t really exist." Inside the zine, you can: Find out if your crush is just AI generated [...]
This is an evolving list of local TV, radio and print news organizations serving communities across the state of Georgia: South Georgia (Albany/Valdosta) WALB (NBC) WABW (PBS) WFXL (FOX31) WSWG (CBS) Albany Herald Americus Times-Recorder The Post Searchlight Valdosta Daily Times The Tifton Gazette WVVS 90.9 Valdosta WWET 91.7 Valdosta WXVS 90.1 Waycross WABR 91.1 Tifton WUNV 91.7 Albany [...]
The News Literacy Project has created multiple quizzes to help you become a better media consumer.
Checkology's online lessons and exercises are ranked by difficulty so educators can create customized courses for their students.
Arizona State University is offering a free media literacy course open to anyone who reads, watches, listens to or creates media online.