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Designed for the public, ‘Too much information: A guide to navigating the infodemic’ will help everyone have better informed conversations with family and friends about the pandemic.
Discover practical steps to help verify online content, counter rumors and disinformation, and produce credible coverage on Covid-19.
First Draft is sharing skills, insights, and tools to support reporters and the wider public in response to the “infodemic” surrounding coronavirus. Check the upcoming schedule.
Six months after the World Health Organisation first declared an 'infodemic', what have we learned about coronavirus misinformation?
How can we use our psychology to prevent misinformation from spreading and influencing people? We explain the key concepts in the third of a three-part series.
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Covering newsgathering, verification, responsible reporting, online safety, digital ads and more, each book provides as a starting point for exploring the challenges of digital journalism in the modern age.
A global network connecting journalists, academics and technologists in response to the evolving challenges of information disorder.
High-resolution flashcards providing practical information and advice on how to safely investigate and report on online spaces. They are available for use in publications and presentations.