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

First Draft provides resources, research and training for reporting and sharing information that emerges online.

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

See issues and political news with news bias revealed. Non-partisan, crowd-sourced technology shows all sides so you can... 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 purpose of this guide is to help users navigate through the many print and electronic news related resources.

This bibliography lists ICT literacy standards for journalism majors, and provides links to MERLOT resources, library... see more

The IRE Educators’ Center provides a meeting place for journalism educators to share ideas, course materials and... see more

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

The Media Education Lab at the University of Rhode Island advances media literacy education through research and... see more

This web page is adapted from a blog from the News and Information Literacy Professional Learning Community on the... see more

The News Literacy Project works with educators and journalists to give students the skills they need to discern fact from... see more

The lesson plans and resources available at this website will help you navigate the news and media that’s important to... see more

Share My Lesson offers free lesson plans, teacher resources and classroom activities created by dedicated educators.

News in the digital age spreads faster than ever, and so do lies and hoaxes. Digital verification skills are essential... see more

A companion to Landscapes of Capital by Goldman and Papson, this site is an archive of the TV ads referenced in the book.... see more

Find out if that latest internet news sensation, hype, viral video, photo is a FAKE or FACT. We do our homework, so you... see more

Full Fact is the UK's independent fact checking organisation

MediaStudies.com helps advance research and education in media analysis and critical reflection. The site serves a hub by... see more