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NewsEvaluationMedia LiteracyJournalism
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Semaine
1

Semaine 1

2 heures pour terminer

Making sense of the news is more important than ever

2 heures pour terminer
5 vidéos (Total 21 min), 5 lectures, 2 quiz
5 vidéos
Power of information4 min
Shoot the messenger: Why journalists become targets5 min
Communication models and media4 min
News cycles in the age of social media3 min
5 lectures
Recommended resources: Why news literacy matters10 min
Recommended resources: Power of information10 min
Recommended resources: Why journalists become targets10 min
Definitions: "Social media" and "News cycles"10 min
Recommended resources: News cycles in the age of social media10 min
2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Power of Information10 min
The responsibility of digital citizens12 min
Semaine
2

Semaine 2

2 heures pour terminer

What is news and who decides?

2 heures pour terminer
5 vidéos (Total 23 min), 6 lectures, 2 quiz
5 vidéos
Information Neighborhoods4 min
Blurred lines5 min
Universal news drivers6 min
Editorial judgment3 min
6 lectures
Recommended resources: What makes journalism different10 min
Recommended resources: Information neighborhoods10 min
Recommended resources: Blurred lines10 min
Recommended resources: What makes news10 min
Exercise: Editorial judgment10 min
Tell us more about yourself [optional survey]10 min
2 exercices pour s'entraîner
What is news and who decides?18 min
What makes some information newsworthy?10 min
Semaine
3

Semaine 3

2 heures pour terminer

Where can we find trustworthy information?

2 heures pour terminer
6 vidéos (Total 33 min), 6 lectures, 2 quiz
6 vidéos
Truth4 min
Evidence6 min
Why verification fails4 min
What is media bias?5 min
Cognitive dissonance, confirmation bias5 min
Opinion journalism and bloviation6 min
6 lectures
Recommended resources: Truth is provisional10 min
Recommended resources: Evidence and fact checking10 min
Recommended resources: Why verification fails10 min
Recommended resources: Understanding bias10 min
Recommended resources: Testing our own bias10 min
Recommended resources: Opinion journalism10 min
2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Truth in Journalism16 min
Media bias, audience bias12 min
Semaine
4

Semaine 4

2 heures pour terminer

Says who?

2 heures pour terminer
4 vidéos (Total 21 min), 4 lectures, 2 quiz
4 vidéos
The importance of sources3 min
Evaluating sources: IM VAIN8 min
Evaluating anonymous sources4 min
4 lectures
Recommended resources: False equivalence10 min
Recommended resources: Sources10 min
Recommended resources: What makes a source reliable10 min
Recommended resources: Anonymous sources10 min
2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Fairness and balance10 min
Source evaluation34 min

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