The News Literacy Project, a nonpartisan national education nonprofit, provides programs and resources for educators and the public to teach, learn and share the abilities needed to be smart, active consumers of news and information and equal and engaged participants in a democracy. (Read our brochure)
From ALA, a webinar series to help library workers integrate media literacy into everyday interactions and programs. Download the guide.
Created by Kathy Pearce, Oyster River High School, Durham, NH
If you would like to catch up on past live workshops and panels that Pen America has presented to the public, view the recordings on their project page, Knowing the News.
How to Talk to Friends and Family Who Share Misinformation – PEN America
PEN America’s Guide on COVID-19 and Disinformation
PEN America Reports:
Faking News: Fraudulent News and the Fight for Truth
Truth on the Ballot: Fraudulent News, the Midterm Elections, and Prospects for 2020
Politifact.com by the Poynter Institute or Washington Post’s Factchecker both fact-check political content.
RevEye Reverse Image Search is a Chrome extension to perform an inverse image search.
FactCheck.org is a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Centerand is non-partisan and monitors for political accuracy.
All Sides offers perspectives on topical news stories from the left, center, and from the right, plus a ‘media bias rating.’
Snopes.com has been around since 1994 and fact-checks internet content.
Duke Reporters’ Lab is a database of both national and global fact-checking resources.
NewsGuard Coronavirus Misinformation Tracker for COVID-19-specific tracking.
A short news article from Buzzfeed on the various hoaxes and misleading content surrounding the protests.
News Literacy Project’s How News Literate Are You? quiz
"A photograph is usually looked at-seldom looked into." ~Ansel Adams