Month: March 2019

Choose your content on social networks

Welcome to the second part of IT Professionalof the series on social networks. In part one, we discussed the differences between the four major social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram). Now that you have an idea of ​​what…

How to teach students historical inquiry through media literacy and critical thinking

“I think history lessons are exactly the sort of thing we should be talking about in history class,” Wineburg said. “But rather than teaching them as rules or things set in time or set in amber, these are precisely the…

European Media Literacy Week and what the EU is doing to ensure fair democratic processes

Addicted to the fake reporter with the TV instead of having your head in front of the TV with two politicians, liar… [+] businessmen having a debate photo credit: Getty Getty From 18 to 22 March 2019, Europe celebrates its…

La Salle brings Poynter’s media literacy program to children in Philadelphia

A partnership between La Salle University and Florida-based nonprofit journalism Poynter Institute will bring a series of digital literacy training programs to Philadelphia, with the goal of helping high school and college students uncover real stories from lies that spread…

La Salle University offers groundbreaking Google-backed media literacy training to local teens through partnership with MediaWise

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | March 20, 2019 — La Salle University (“La Salle”) today announced its partnership with MediaWise deliver a series of digital literacy trainings to high school and college students in the Philadelphia area. Led by the Poynter Institute…

Apple launches media literacy initiative and pledges to support education nonprofits

As misinformation continues to spread, a growing number of organizations are stepping in to help young people develop critical thinking, distinguish fact from fiction, and become smarter consumers of the news. Apple elevated three groups – the News Literacy Project,…

Apple partners with media literacy programs in the US and Europe

The Media Literacy ProjectThe News Literacy Project (NLP), a nonpartisan national educational nonprofit organization, empowers educators to teach middle and high school students the skills they need to become intelligent and active consumers of news and other information and engaged…

11 Ways You Can Keep Your Social Media Content On Brand

Social media has become an integral part of the marketing strategy of any modern business. However, because each platform handles content a little differently, it can be difficult to develop a cohesive strategy for multiple platforms. To find out how…