News Literacy and a Civics Model for Journalism Education By Jennifer Fleming More Info News Literacy Theoretical Background as a Tool to Understand Media Populism By Dorota Piontek & Agnieszka Filipiak More Info Lesson Learned: Pedagogical Insights Gained from the MOOC, Making Sense of the News By Masato Kajimoto More Info Tackling Bias and Fake […]


Agnieszka Filipiak Agnieszka Filipiak is a PhD student and lecturer at the Department of Political Culture at Adam Mickiewicz University. She graduated with Master degrees in two disciplines: Political Science and Spanish Philology. During her studies she also studied at Malaga University (Faculty of Communication and Faculty of Humanities). Her main research interests encompasses the […]

Event Information

Workshop Schedule All workshops will take place at the Charles B. Wang Center.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 13 7 pm – Opening night Reception & Dinner (Invitation Only) MONDAY, AUGUST 14 8 – 9 am Breakfast 9 – 10:30 am Plenary session Presentation by Kinsey Wilson, Advisor to the President & CEO of The New York Times […]

Call for papers

The Center for News Literacy at Stony Brook University invites original papers for its Global News Literacy Conference, to be held at Stony Brook University, in New York, from August 13-15, 2017. The conference theme is The Future of News Literacy in a Connected World. We welcome papers on the following topics: Teaching News Literacy across […]


Global News Literacy ConferenceThe Future of News Literacyin a Connected WorldAugust 13-15, 2017Stony Brook University, New York 1 Never before has the need for News Literacy been more urgent. As news consumers are bombarded with a constant stream of fake news, propaganda, hoaxes, rumors, satire, and advertising—that often masquerade as, and drown out, credible journalism—it […]