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The WA School Library Association (WASLA) has created this easy to navigate website, which is a repository of many... see more

This website collates articles and other resources on media literacy issues.

This presentation addresses fake news and the more general news and media literacies. Strategies, toolkits and other... see more

This PowerPoint presentation discusses the skills needed to be college-career ready, and explains the role that... see more

This white paper, produced by the Association of College and Research Libraries, includes chapters written by information... see more

This list of excellent topic-specific academic search engines help teachers, student researchers and academics quickly... see more

This blog entry details lessons to help students avoid plagiarizing.

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

This paper provides a comprehensive review of existing definitions of this construct in major frameworks from higher... see more

UNESCO’s mission is to engender media and information literate societies through a comprehensive strategy which include... see more

The LAMP teaches youth, parents and educators to comprehend, create and critique media and technology.

This special report examines how literacy instruction is changing in the digital age, from learning to sound out words in... see more

This webinar discusses fake news in terms of media literacy, and addresses gender issues throughout the presentation.

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

The Journal of Media Literacy Education is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal that supports... see more

This report explains the components and need for digital and media literacy, and gives recommendations for incorporating... see more

These websites check the veracity of websites, particularly for news.

This national study revealed the pathways Americans use to get news online, and the extent to which they are aware of the... see more

Instruction librarians want clear data showing the effectiveness of their workshops as a way of demonstrating their value... see more

Fake viral images have become a hallmark of the Internet. But if we look back through history, it's possible to find fake... see more

The ability to identify logical fallacies in the arguments of others, and to avoid them in one’s own arguments, is both... see more

The “Exploring Data Worlds at the Public Library” project investigates youth data literacy in the context of... see more

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

This tongue-in-cheek animation is a fun introduction to the information life cycle, using alien invasion as a concrete... see more