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Modern media literacy programs and tech to inoculate people from the misinformation they encounter

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First Draft News resources

First Draft News resources

Columbia University, New York, NY, USA

These online courses, toolkits and resources are designed to help both journalists and the public build expertise and stay one step ahead of misinformation.


OwlFactor automatically calculates the quality of an article based on four factors


Checkology’s lessons and other resources show you how to navigate today’s challenging information landscape.

Digital Enquirer Kit

The Digital Enquirer Kit is centered around misinformation, fact-based research and digital security.

Sure and Share Center

Thai News Agency’s ‘Sure andShare’ project, which encourages audience members to submit questions they have about content, rumours or stories circulating on the messaging app LINE.

NewseumED offers free resources to cultivate the First Amendment and media literacy skills essential to civic life.

CrashCourse Media Literacy

In 12 episodes, Jay Smooth teaches you Media Literacy! Based on an introductory college level curriculum, this series takes you through the history and psychology of media and gives you the skills to become more media savvy.


Strengthening our resolve to support the fight against misinformation in India, Internews is delighted to announce that in partnership with DataLEADS and with the support of, we will be launching a new news literacy project in India aimed at empowering the general public by helping them learn how to critically assess the information they see online and navigate news.

News Literacy Project

"The News Literacy Project is a national education nonprofit offering nonpartisan, independent programs that teach students how to know what to believe in the digital age." -

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