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Digital Literacy: Media/News Lit

Media & News Literacy

Learn how to identify truthfulness in everyday news stories, especially on social media.

Books from our Professional Collection

To check how long a website has been publishing: https://web.archive.org
To check who owns a website: https://who.is

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Do you have a favorite resource or tip for teaching Media and News Literacy? Please share it with us! maria.bernier@ct.gov

Media Literacy Weeks

In the US, Media Literacy Week is held from October 21-25 each year to bring attention and visibility to media literacy education in the United States. Download the MLW Toolkit with info, graphics, memes, FAQs, core messages, and more.

Global Media and Information Literacy Week, sponsored by UNESCO,  will be held from October 24-31, 2019.

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