In this video, NLP’s Chicago Program Manager Mary Owen talks about how seeing is not necessarily believing in the digital age. She then demonstrates how to evaluate images online by using reverse image searches. She uses two examples, one that turns out to be a factual, unaltered photo, and one that does not. Following this 6:31 video, students can try out the online tools she recommends to do their own fact-checking on images.
Resource Link: The News IQ Quiz (Pew Research Center) Description: This short quiz on domestic and international news reveals not only how much the quiz-taker knows about current events, […]
MDLAB aims to advance digital and media literacy education in the Arab region by training a generation of teachers and scholars and developing locally rooted curricula. MDLAB offers graduate students and academics a unique opportunity to study media and digital […]
Resource Link: Close reading: visual literacy through photography Description: Frank W. Baker demonstrates a close reading of a photo (right), and provides questions teachers may use to facilitate critical analysis […]
The Board Of Cooperative Educational Services of St. Lawrence-Lewis Counties (The SLL BOCES) serves 18 school districts in St. Lawrence and Lewis Counties, New York, by providing cost-effective shared services, […]
Founded in 1964, Bucks County Community College is a two-year, public institution that offers nearly 80 programs of study that lead to either an associate degree or certificate. Successful graduates […]