Global News Literacy Conference Connects Educators from Around the World
News Literacy Thrives both Stateside and Overseas
The center's director of Overseas Partner Programs Rick Hornik recently spoke to WSHU on the growth and the goals of News Literacy
Coursera Names "Making Sense of the News" a Social Impact Course for 2017
Created by the Center for News Literacy and the University of Hong Kong U., the MOOC has enrolled over 6500 learners since January
New Study Demonstrates Positive Impact of Stony Brook's News Literacy Curriculum
Research shows lasting effects on the ability of students to find reliable information
The flood of fake news, propaganda, rumors, and advertising that often masquerade as news has made it harder than ever to separate fact from fiction.
News Literacy can help students of all ages recognize the differences between fact and rumor, news and advertising, news and opinion, and bias and fairness.