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Media Literacy: Home
Classroom Activities & Resources
Harvard Implicit Bias Tests
Your Logical Fallacy Is...
Your Cognitive Bias Is...
The Bad News Game
The Economist- Fact, Fake or Fool: A Fiendish News Quiz
Fake it to Make it Game
Factitious News Quiz
The LAMP.org - Media Breaker Studio
Media Bias/Fact Check
Media Bias/Fact Check Apps & Extensions
On The Media - Breaking News Consumers' Handbooks
Newseum Ed. - Tools for Educators
National Association for Media Literacy Education
Teaching Tolerance - Bias
News Literacy Project: Distinguishing Among News, Opinion, and Propaganda
ReadWriteThink.org: Argument, Persuasion, Propaganda
Above the Noise - KQED produced video series looking at controversial issues and cognitive bias
New York Times - The .Org Mirage
New York Times - Evaluating Sources in a "Post-Truth" World: Ideas for Teaching and Learning About Fake News
Fake News as a Phenomenon
Orlando Sentinel (Commentary): Rollins College Falls Prey to Fake-News Hysteria
Washington Post - It's Time to Retire the Tainted Term 'Fake News'
NPR - We Tracked Down a Fake News Creator in the Suburbs...
New York Times - How Fake News Goes Viral: A Case Study
Washington Post - This is how Facebook's fake-news writers make money.
Time Magazine - Inside Russia's Social Media War on America
Fox News - Facebook's War on 'fake news' has skeptics asking: Who decides?
National Geographic - How Fake News Tricks Your Brain
Snopes: Chair of House Science Committee Says the Journal 'Science' is Not Objective
Factcheck.org - Snopes.com
danah boyd - Did Media Literacy Backfire?
National Geographic - The Anti-vaccine Generation: How Movement Against Shots Got Its Start
Fox News Opinion - The real truth about Facebook's Fake News filters
How to use social media responsibly in an age of disinformation
Media Bias/Fact Check
New York Times - The Real Story of Fake News is Partisanship
Pew Research Center - Political Polarization
The Atlantic - Why Fake News Targeted Trump Supporters
Fox News - Big Time Backlash - When all polling on Donald Trump is dismissed as fake
Gallup: Americans See More News Bias; Most Can't Name Neutral Source
Working as a Facebook content moderator messes with people's minds
Seattle Times: The Information War is Real -- and We're Losing it.
BBC - The saga of "Pizzagate:" The fake story that shows how conspiracy theories spread.
NursingClio - The Anti-vaccine Movement, Bad Science, and the Rise of Fake News
New York Times - Florida Woman Charged with Threatening Sandy Hook Parent
Nieman Lab - The history of American conspiracy theories holds some lessons for fake news debunkers, says Jesse Walker
Skeptoid - There is no Finland: The birth of a conspiracy theory
Stanford researchers find students have trouble judging the credibility of information online
Social Media and Fake News in the 2016 Election
SHEG Evaluating Information: The Cornerstone of Civic Online Reasoning
ACRL - Information Literacy and Fake News
Less than you think: prevalence and predictors of fake news dissemination on Facebook
How people use, and lose preexisting biases to make decisions
Media Literacy, K. Brumbach & K. Murray
Here's a link to our presentation. Check out all the links we included and claim a page to jot down your own ideas for incorporating media literacy skills into your lessons.
What is real?
You think you want media literacy. Do you?
Myths of Online Information Literacy (video)
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