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A Q&A with the experts

January 30, 2014

Filed under News & Media Literacy Corner

News and media literacy aren’t the easiest of topics to wrap your head around. To help you ease your way into the field, we’ve asked the experts some questions that might make the topic a bit simpler to grasp. We also wish...

Chicago-area teachers: News literacy mini-grants available

December 18, 2013

Filed under Uncategorized

The News Literacy Mini-Grant program was established to provide small grants through a streamlined process. This application form is intended to make it easy for you to describe your proposal and partner with the Center for News...

Verification lacking in several recent stories popular on the Web

December 18, 2013

Filed under News & Media Literacy Corner

The Center for News Literacy's lesson of the week delves into the topic of verification for online content. Several recent stories that were popular on the Internet turned out to be hoaxes. This resource includes questions to spark...

Discerning between fact and opinion

October 18, 2013

Filed under News & Media Literacy Corner

Each week, the Center for News Literacy at Stony Brook University posts a news literacy lesson. The center's "Lessons of the Week" section is a great place to go for news literacy teaching and discussion tips and ideas. This week's...