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Economist Foundation 23h
Replying to @jonsnowC4
We need to make sure the next generation is able to have more constructive conversations. We need to support young people to think independently and with an open mind about current affairs, and explore solutions with people who see things differently.
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Lucia Harper - 🇨🇦  #SocialInnovation - Speaker 17h
Replying to @RevChuckCurrie
can we toss in for sanity's sake?
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Laurie Snyder 13h
Will also be interested to see the discussion among leaders of the community regarding the reported distribution of fake editions of the . Your thoughts, ?
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The National NewsMedia Council 11h
Let's pretend you're a photo editor at a major news organization and images from a terrible event, like the bombing which took place yesterday in Nairobi, begin to come in. Do you publish them? Are they too graphic? What would you do. Why?
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Lucia Harper - 🇨🇦  #SocialInnovation - Speaker 18h
Opportunistic click bait or journalism/reporting? How is the story served by visual trauma? Does MSM care about the cumulative effect of graphic images? Age 13 is access to ; do they adjust for that?
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The News Literacy Project 11h
We have an incredibly smart and creative staff presence on Twitter. For all things , , revealing hoaxes, fighting for facts and quality journalism, and more, follow these leaders: —
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Laurie Snyder 13h
Replying to @laurie_snyder
Washingtonian reports that the edition was "edited by L.A. Kauffman and designed by Cristian Fleming/The Public Society" and “Developed in collaboration with Onnesha Roychoudhuri and Jacques Servin...a member of Yes Men":
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Economist Foundation Jan 14
Congratulations to who were named Thought Leader for the Financial Crisis Issue! We enjoyed visiting them today and getting involved with filming for their club.
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Lucia Harper - 🇨🇦  #SocialInnovation - Speaker 11h
Replying to @CBCAdrianH @idilmussa
If you don't mind me being a bit ranty: That's often the case about heinous stories in Africa. Canadian main stream doesn't do much more than one main maybe a follow up. I use AP, Reuters, AJ and others for world affairs. I think we should see more. .
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JD Ferries-Rowe 14h
How to Reverse Image Search on your Phone via
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GVHS Library 16h
Covering with Ms. D’s pop culture class today. Students found ‘s Easiest Quiz of All Time to be NOT so easy, proving that it is SO important to check your facts and not to believe the first result on google. Always double check!
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Vanessa E Greenwood Jan 8
" isn’t a political party, much less an 'opposition party,' but it is inherently progressive and inherently adversarial to the sitting government." --Bob Garfield
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BBC Young Reporter Jan 15
We've created online resources to help young people identify real news and filter out and false information 👉 And to sign up your school, college or youth group for a potential workshop:
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iCivics Jan 11
"Student should read the news. We have so much access to information. We should be reading the news. It's easy to get to on your phone." students
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rsettles 2h
Fun team. Doing important stuff. Wanna play?
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BBC Young Reporter 23h
Want to find out more about opportunities for young people to share stories, report with and attend and events? Register to receive our updates and invitations for your school, college or youth organisation 👉
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Lucia Harper - 🇨🇦  #SocialInnovation - Speaker Jan 13
Perspective on News Literacy and News Fatigue for consumers. Journalism and punditry have been blurred in the warp speed new cycles. Opinion Editorial Reporting 3 pockets
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JD Ferries-Rowe 14h
Helping teens root out misinformation and get media savvy via
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Economist Foundation Jan 14
Our T-shirts have arrived for the ! Come see us and our T-shirts at the on 24-25 January 2019 to hear all about how we're supporting young people to have better conversations about current affairs
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StudySync Jan 15
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