News Literacy Virtual Workshop

Jan. 27


7:00 pm


Add to Calendar Jan. 27 7:00 pm Jan. 27 UTC News Literacy Virtual Workshop While misinformation, disinformation and propaganda are not new phenomenon, they spread with greater ease and influence these days. Learning the skills to distinguish between information that is intentionally wrong, satirical or not entirely factual, and information that is factual, is more challenging than ever. Join Rutgers University librarians Katie Elson Anderson and Leslin Charles for an interactive & fun virtual News Literacy Workshop, where you will gain helpful tools for seeing and understanding biases in news reporting, as well as adopt crucial strategies to identify how facts and non-facts are presented. Empower yourself with the ability to find accurate and… Virtual Conferencing

January 27 | 7:00 pm

Virtual Conferencing

While misinformation, disinformation and propaganda are not new phenomenon, they spread with greater ease and influence these days. Learning the skills to distinguish between information that is intentionally wrong, satirical or not entirely factual, and information that is factual, is more challenging than ever.

Join Rutgers University librarians Katie Elson Anderson and Leslin Charles for an interactive & fun virtual News Literacy Workshop, where you will gain helpful tools for seeing and understanding biases in news reporting, as well as adopt crucial strategies to identify how facts and non-facts are presented. Empower yourself with the ability to find accurate and truthful information on your own.

Please register at: https://form.jotform.com/systemsnobr/news-literacy-workshop

Any questions, email librarian Ryan Miller at rmiller@northbrunswicklibrary.org.

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