Focusing on the near-term future (the next three to five years) the experts have been asked to focus on how digital technologies may impact children and families, and the role that educators and industry can play in promoting positive change.
What is data journalism? What is it for? What might it do? What opportunities and limitations does it present? Who and what is involved in making and making sense of it?
The Independent Journalism Center is launching the online workshop encouraging journalists to document and thoroughly verify facts before publishing them.
The purpose in creating the “Mind Over Media in Romania: Propaganda for Critical Thinking” local curriculum was a) to fill curricular gaps in media education and contemporary propaganda by connecting these subjects to what is currently taught in schools; and b) to provide lesson plans which stimulate a critical discussion on the problems linked with contemporary propaganda in the Romanian public sphere
In our increasingly digital world, algorithms are everywhere and rule our lives. How can humans ensure they stay in control? This study identifies a number of human rights concerns triggered by the increasing role of algorithms in decision-making.
October is the European Cyber Security Month. Explore new modules for teaching young people.
Overwhelmed by and struggling to understand the avalanche of material on disinformation, misinformation and “fake news?”
Check out the sample of resources CIMU SEE picked. We hope they will help you understand, teach and study the media in the ’post-truth’ era.
What rules and initiatives exist in Europe to help ensure the accuracy and objectivity of news and current affairs reporting? Report by the European Audiovisual Observatory.
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