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This is an interesting learning activity from the Library of Congress on the subject of political cartoons.  This would... see more

Video on the information cycle: from event to primary, secondary and tertiary sources.

This is the 18-unit curriculum developed for Maryland State Department of Education and Discovery Communications,... see more

This Stanford study developed a bank of assessments to measure civic online reasoning. This document synthesizes their... see more

Guide for spotting and removing second person from academic writing. Provides the reasons to avoid "you" in academic... see more

An undergraduate Open Textbook created by William Hart, Ph.D.[1] and his graduate students in MCM510[2] at Norfolk State... see more

Media Studies 101 is 'the open educational resource for media studies studies in New Zealand, Australia, and Pacifica. We... see more

This website and its resources explains how to identify propaganda, interpret their messages and asses their impact. The... see more

The News Literacy Project is an innovative national educational program that mobilizes seasoned journalists to work with... see more

NewseumED is a K-12 (Standards-aligned/Common Core) cross-disciplinary resource for (History-Journalism-First Admendment)... see more

This site explores the role of journalists in covering America's wars. The website, companion to a PBS documentary,... see more

"Grassroots journalists are dismantling Big Media's monopoly on the news, transforming it from a lecture to a... see more

AP Archive is the film and video archive of The Associated Press, one of the largest and most trusted sources of... see more

This video was recorded at Cognitive Systems Workshop & Thematic Programmes and Pump Priming Workshops, Cumberland Lodge... see more

B.C. Campus Open Education:  Open Textbook Self-Publishing Guide is a practical reference/development tool for... see more

Explanation of news literacy and its importance; includes 14 lessons about different aspects of news literacy.

Civil War Washington examines the U.S. national capital from multiple perspectives as a case study of social, political,... see more

This website links to dozens of other websites that teach how to evaluate information. The website also has a section... see more

FactCheck is a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center. They state their mission as follows: "We are a nonpartisan,... see more

This webpage from Journalist’s Resource has compiled studies that examine fake news and the spread of misinformation more... see more

The honest truth about fake news and now not to fall for it. This article includes a lesson plan and links to other... see more

The purpose of this guide is to help users navigate through the many print and electronic news related resources.

Interest in history in America seems to offer a peculiar contrast. On the one hand, we almost all remember the famous... see more

This Channel 4 video shows three ways to factcheck fake news.