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HMA Public Relations 9h
is more important than ever before. Read 's recent blog which lists the most-trusted (and least-trusted) news hosts in the country--> Among the trusted, include
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Lucia Harper - 🇨🇦  #NewsLiteracy - Speaker Nov 12
4 days of silence from twitter. Something seriously weird is going on and I don't think it's that they're away taking cultural competency training.
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Elizabeth Lockwood 8h
5th grade use primary sources to consider headlines & “fake news”. Thanks !
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The Idea by Atlantic Media Nov 14
Thank you for speaking with us! We're all for ! 😸
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Michelle Luhtala 16h
⁩ U-M tool measures ‘iffy’ news on social media in time for 2018 election | University of Michigan News
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Melanie 16h
When thinking about ways how to raise awareness of among this project is taking an interesting and interactive approach! by
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Fifi Schwarz Nov 13
Replying to @The_Corres
Why do I support , and why should everyone? Because here, journalists and citizens engage with each other in critically, actively and consciously producing news, thus advancing news literacy
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NewsMedia Council 9h
Every week, we receive dozens of complaints from the public criticizing the they read for being ‘biased’. Often, however, its because the distinction between news and opinion is not made clear.
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Sarah Bushman Nov 12
“Why don’t we invest time and money on programs?”
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Lucia Harper - 🇨🇦  #NewsLiteracy - Speaker Nov 12
Replying to @ddale8
That's what's up
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BBC Young Reporter Nov 14
Thanks for joining us today , , and - a packed day of , find out about careers in the creative industries and developing your own story ideas! And don’t forget to spread the word about 👉
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Jill Villasana Nov 12
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Lucia Harper - 🇨🇦  #NewsLiteracy - Speaker Nov 5
Replying to @CBCAdrianH @bbcideas
It's important, as journalists that this kind of material be accompanied by rather than the reinforcement of the fake news language that undermines trust.
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NewsMedia Council 8h
If only there was a way to combat false information before it begins to spread... Well, it turns out there just might be. It's an approach called “pre-bunking” and decades of research suggests that it works.
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Lucia Harper - 🇨🇦  #NewsLiteracy - Speaker Nov 8
Replying to @PressSec
I watched the presser. This video has been altered.
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Martins Samuel Nov 14
And they returned to Queen's on last week, for a second workshop. In it, they learned how to evaluate information using the , created by .
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Economist Foundation Nov 14
So much energy from teachers at our training session for Gorse Academies Trust schools in Leeds today! We’re excited to see the impact of the in their schools.
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BBC Young Reporter 13h
Want to find out more about opportunities for young people to report with and attend and events? Register to receive our updates and invitations for your school, college or youth organisation 👉
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Karen Bonanno Nov 12
Some age-based tips to help you talk to your kids about what's on the news.
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Connie Gibbs Nov 7
Learning about and this morning using and resources from
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