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Media Literacy Resources

The following websites offer materials and information for teachers who wish to impart media literacy skills to students in their classrooms.

The Media Literacy Clearinghouse - #1 online resource for educators

News Literacy Project checkology virtual classroom - the free version of the checkology virtual classroom allows teachers to offer interactive lessons to an entire class, while a subscription provides individual licenses for one-to-one learning.

Project Look Sharp

Stony Brook University Digital Resources Center - designed to share wisdom among news literacy educators. The Getting Started section is a great place to begin.

Common Sense Media: How to Spot Fake News - a short article with some basic questions students should ask when evaluating information for credibility

A New Literacy Toolkit for a "Post-Truth" World  - a lengthy article full of lists, links, videos, and other resources for increasing student media literacy.

Civics Education Initiative - advocates a high school focus on news literacy

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