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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This new publication by UNESCO is a timely resource and highly topical subject for all those who practice or teach journalism in this Digital Age.
The paper, an extended reflection on the theme of the speaker series curated by the Center for Media, Data and Society, focuses on a specific challenge for public service media: “fake news” and disinformation, or more broadly, the current “information disorder”.
Engaging, interactive lessons help educators equip their students with the tools to evaluate and interpret the news and to learn how to decide what news and information to trust, share and act on.
Examine and evaluate contemporary propaganda with lesson plans exploring definitions of propaganda, virality, sponsored content and more.
A new report published by the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) details how media outlets, human rights groups, NGOs, and other politically vulnerable organizations face significant cybersecurity threats—often at the hands of powerful governments—but have limited resources to protect themselves.